[Pdns-users] Disable a record instend of deleting it?
bcrenshaw99 at yahoo.com
Fri May 26 21:53:47 UTC 2006
Works like a charm!
Just added a 'and status='1' in all the record queries
found in gmysqlbackend.cc and recompiled.
Thanks for all the help :-)
--- Alan Hodgson <ahodgson at simkin.ca> wrote:
> On May 26, 2006 09:58 am, Bill Crenshaw
> <bcrenshaw99 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for the quick response Alan :-)
> > Please excuse my ignorance of powerdns. Would not
> > PowerDNS itself need a way to differentiate
> between an
> > enabled record and a disabled one? I know I could
> > the structure to the db but without powerdns
> > for that additional field during a lookup I'm not
> > how a custom query would work here.
> PowerDNS uses your custom SQL queries, if defined,
> to do the lookups. They
> will be the only interaction with your database. So
> you can add whatever
> columns you want and define the queries to find only
> the records you want,
> and PowerDNS will then only find and use those
> This gives enormous flexibility. You can even
> define the queries to use
> views or function outputs if you want in place of
> the normal tables. As
> long as they return the column types that PowerDNS
> wants, your queries can
> look for just about anything.
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