[Pdns-users] MySQL Replication

Norbert Sendetzky norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Fri May 5 08:37:52 UTC 2006

On Friday 05 May 2006 10:29, Richard Mayhew - Nashua Broadband wrote:
> Looking at the default table setup for PowerDNS, the type of DB is
> InnoDB.
> What would be the downfall, if any, be of converting the tables to
> MyISAM and using this type for the DB replication. Would it be a better
> option?

Your domain will be either not existing anymore or incomplete (entries are 
missing) if something goes wrong while doing an AXFR from the master server.

You might do this if you are using PowerDNS only as master but I don't 
recommend that especially because it's not a problem any more to replicate 
and backup InnoDB tables.

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