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Source code changes of the file "ChangeLog" between
drbd-9.1.8.tar.gz and drbd-9.1.9.tar.gz

About: DRBD (9.x) is a block device which is designed to build high availability clusters. This is done by mirroring a whole block device via (a dedicated) network. You could see it as a "network RAID-1". The driver code got integrated into the vanilla Linux kernel.

ChangeLog  (drbd-9.1.8):ChangeLog  (drbd-9.1.9)
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9.1.9 (api:genl2/proto:110-121/transport:17)
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* fix a mistake in the compat generation code; it broke DRBD on
partitions on kernel older than linux 5.10 (this was introduced
with drbd-9.1.8; not affected: logical volumes)
* fix for a bug (introduced with drbd-9.0.0), that caused possible
inconsistencies in the mirror when using the 'resync-after' option
* fix a bug that could cause a request to get stuck after an unlucky
timing with a loss of connection
* close a very small timing window between connect and promote that
could lead to the new-current-uuid not being transmitted to the
concurrently connecting peer, which might lead to denied connections
later on
* fix a recently introduced OOPS when adding new volumes to a
connected resource
* fix online attach when the connection to a 3rd node is down
9.1.8 (api:genl2/proto:110-121/transport:17) 9.1.8 (api:genl2/proto:110-121/transport:17)
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* restore protocol compatibility with drbd-8.4 * restore protocol compatibility with drbd-8.4
* detect peers that died silently when starting a two-phase-commit * detect peers that died silently when starting a two-phase-commit
* correctly abort two-phase-commits when a connection breaks between * correctly abort two-phase-commits when a connection breaks between
phases 1 and 2 phases 1 and 2
* allow re-connect to a node that was forced into secondary role and * allow re-connect to a node that was forced into secondary role and
where an opener is still present from the last time it was primary where an opener is still present from the last time it was primary
* fix a race condition that allowed to configure two peers with the * fix a race condition that allowed to configure two peers with the
same node id same node id
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