[Pdns-users] Help requested; is anyone successfully using AFSDB-records with pdns?
powerdns0703 at melvex.xs4all.nl
Mon Sep 8 10:39:42 UTC 2008
I was wondering, is anyone successfully using AFSDB-records with pdns
and the ldap backend?
Although support for the AFSDB-record has been added to pdns version
2.9.21 (http://wiki.powerdns.com/cgi-bin/trac.fcgi/ticket/129), I cannot
get it to show up when I query my domain with host -a.
(the AFSDB record is used by the distributed file system afs to locate
the db-servers for a cell; details at www.openafs.org).
Other domains with openafs show the record just fine, for example:
host -a grand.central.org
;; ANSWER SECTION:
grand.central.org. 3600 IN A 126.96.36.199
grand.central.org. 3600 IN MX 99 grand.central.org.
grand.central.org. 3600 IN AFSDB 1 andrew.e.kth.se.
grand.central.org. 3600 IN MX 100 smtp.dementia.org.
grand.central.org. 3600 IN MX 9 michigan.central.org.
grand.central.org. 3600 IN AFSDB 1 grand-opening.mit.edu.
grand.central.org. 3600 IN AFSDB 1 penn.central.org.
This is the desired result.
(I do not know which DNS-server the domain runs).
On my intranet domain, it does not show AFSDB-records; other records
like SOA, NS and TXT are shown correctly.
The ldap-entry reads:
aFSDBRecord: 1 afsdb.intranet <-- does not show up with host -a
tXTRecord: just a test
- debian 4.0 (etch)
- kernel 2.6.26-4~bpo40+1 (from debian backports)
- pdns-server version 188.8.131.52-1~bpo40+1 (from debian backports)
- slapd (openldap) 2.3.30-5+etch1 (from debian etch)
I Would like to use the AFSDB-record in my intranet and internet domain
in the future. Thanks in advance for any help/insight/experience.
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