[Pdns-users] Multiple Backends Precedence?
jthorpe at Conexim.com.au
Wed Dec 29 23:04:58 UTC 2010
Thank you so much for your fast reply - I'll give this a go.
On 30/12/10 10:01 AM, "Stefan Schmidt" <zaphodb at zaphods.net> wrote:
>On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 10:45:24PM +0000, Jonathan Thorpe wrote:
>> Hi All,
>Hi Jonathan and All,
>> What I'd like to achieve is this:
>> 1. Attempt to resolve the requested record from the MySQL backend.
>> 2. If a record doesn¹t exist, attempt to resolve it using the custom
>> I see that PDNS supports multiple backends, but it's not clear as to
>>whether or not there's some form of precedence that takes place in
>>resolving the records.
>> I'd prefer to use the custom backend as the last resort for these
>>records and use the MySQL backend by default.
>This part of the documentation was not instantly clear to me initally
>but Bert Hubert confirmed that it works just the way you'd want it.
>All the backends specified in the launch= setting are exhausted for the
>exactly in the order that they are listed. The first backend to give back
>answer will break that chain.
>So if you put the following in your pdns.conf:
>it will just do what you want.
> Stefan, who is using that right now für #27c3 ;-)
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>us who do."
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