[Pdns-users] Supermaster & Slaves - Supermaster has to be a listed NS?
nicholas.orr at zxgen.net
Thu Mar 13 08:24:41 UTC 2008
How come you didn't use the list address.....
On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 7:24 PM, Nicholas Orr <nicholas.orr at zxgen.net>
> Ok thanks Ton,
> I'll have another go.
> It's just that when I left out ns4 from the ns records for that zone ns2 &
> ns3 complained about not being able to find a backend for this zone from
> supermaster ns4. As soon as I added ns4 as a ns record of the zone and
> modified the SOA serial, ns2 & ns3 were more then happy to provision the
> domain... Bit weird. But there is a chance I did something weird so I'll
> have another go at it.
> Thanks :)
> On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 7:15 PM, Ton van Rosmalen <ton at netbase.nl> wrote:
> > Hi Nick,
> > Nicholas Orr schreef:
> > Hi,
> > I managed to get supermaster working again. One question though.
> > Does the server that is supermaster have to be listed in a NS record for
> > the zone being delegated to the Slave?
> > I was hoping I could setup
> > ns1 - primary - slave
> > ns2 - secondary - slave
> > ns3 - extra -slave
> > ns4 - supermaster
> > With the above, only ns1-3 would be NS records and I only edit data on
> > ns4, the supermaster. So this way ns4 is never known to exist at the
> > dns/zone level - obviously if you look in the backend you'll see it there in
> > the data....
> > This is certainly possible, at least I'm using a similar set-up. The
> > only settings required are correct supermaster-entries on the slaves. After
> > an update execute 'pdns_control notify <domain>' to send the updates
> > immediately to the slaves.
> > Thanks,
> > Nick
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> > Ton
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