This assumes that you've at least created the correct partition for your DRBD already.
Notice that I am "diskless", that's because either your DRBD partition doesn't exist/has been renamed (eg. sdb becomes sda when sdb dies and you reboot) or because that drive is really actually dead/gone.
*If you need to permanently change the partition/device for your resource be sure to edit /etc/drbd.conf on both hosts and reload the config.
(replace r0 with........
ERROR: sdb2/backup.r18 failed verification -- update retained.
This happened when Iwas rsyncing a dying hard drive, a lot of people seem to report this as an error with rsync itself but I don't think rsync is the issue at all.
I know the source hard drive was bad, it was having all kinds of timeout, seek, hardware ECC recovered and reset errors.
The only time something else could be the problem is if the data is being corrupted in transit, perhaps through........