[Pdns-users] gmysql backend and stored procedures

Max Lock Max.Lock at datanet.co.uk
Tue Aug 19 08:09:27 UTC 2008

Thanks Norbert (and others)

 I'll give this a shot today :)

 -Cheers Max.

-----Original Message-----
From: Norbert Sendetzky <norbert at linuxnetworks.de>
To: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] gmysql backend and stored procedures
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 22:48:01 +0200

Hi Max

>  I'm trying to integrate powerdns with our legacy mysql database here. I
> have to create a union of three tables to get something that powerdns
> will use. This takes about 0.4 seconds per query, and hammers the cpu.
> due to needing to use the %s replacements in the config file in multiple
> places in a more optimised version of my queries I've had to use stored
> procedures that take 0.14 seconds to run (still not good enough, but
> getting better). The problem is I can run the query just fine by hand,
> but powerdns times out with the valid entry below, and gives and error
> for anything that should go to the recursor?

The gmysql backend doesn't support stored procedures. If you use the OpenDBX 
backend with the mysql driver instead, your queries will work.

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