Binary packages provided by LINBIT®
LINBIT® provides binary packages for Linux server distributions to its customers. You can have a look at the → package lists although they are not publically downloadable. → Support from LINBIT is available for the distributions listed there.
Binary packages provided by Distributors
DRBD 8 packages for 3.1 ("sarge") and 4.0 ("etch") are available from the Debian Backports package repository. Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 uses DRBD 8.0 in the → lenny repository and DRBD 8.3 in → lenny-backports repository. Debian 6 ("squeeze") comes with DRBD 8.3. More information about the package can be found on the → Debian drbd8 package tracking system page.
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS ("hardy") has drbd-8.0.11 included. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS ("lucid") has drbd-8.3.7 included. See → Ubuntu launchpad drbd8 for current versions.
In Novell's SLES10 the outdated DRBD-0.7 is included, SLES11 includes DRBD-8.3.x. Through the → search page on opensuse.org one can find various packages of DRBD for Suse and some other distributions.
RedHat does not provide DRBD® packages for RHEL although such are available in the → CentOS extras repository. Since CentOS is a binary compatible clone of RedHat, you can use the CentOS packages on RedHat as well.
Starting with Linux 2.6.33, DRBD is officially integrated into the vanilla Linux kernel source. Besides the kernel integration, DRBD continues to be available as out-of-tree module to facilitate driver updates. If you want the latest DRBD sources, the .tgz files are available on the → oss.linbit.com site.