[Pdns-users] Master/Slave to NON-PDNS

Barry Bourdage BBourdage at techpro.com
Thu Jul 22 07:56:15 UTC 2004

The structure should not matter, I am using normal zone transfers for
the update to bind., the SQL side would not come into play to the ISP,
my issue was that if I set the domain table to master, it wants to
update both the ISP and the PDNS boxes, I only wanted to update the bind


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Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] Master/Slave to NON-PDNS

On Wed, 21 Jul 2004 22:06:25 -0500, "Barry Bourdage"
<BBourdage at techpro.com>

> I have PDNS under windows, running on two machines, I also have my ISP

>running BIND. Can I have PDNS do a backend replication via MYSQL, and 
>master slave to the bind server. If so, what do I put in the domain 
>table, and the conf file.


this definitely won't work, even if your isp had a mysql-backend for
bind (which I doubt, though it exists), the data-structure won't match,
you'll have to go with running pdns as slave and query your master-dns
for updates regularly / get notified by bind (which it does fine) on

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