[Pdns-users] Poweradmin Bounty

Mark Felder feld at feld.me
Mon Nov 1 23:12:56 UTC 2010

On Mon, 01 Nov 2010 15:51:59 -0500, Curtis Maurand <curtis at maurand.com>  

> See the supermaster/slave documentation.  Create the zone on the  
> supermaster, it gets created on the slave.  Make a change on the  
> supermaster, it propagates the change to the slave.  The only thing it  
> doesn't do, is delete a zone.

I don't quite think you understand the situation we're describing, or  
perhaps you're describing a method that I misunderstand --

We host hundreds of domains that are like foo.com, foo.net, foo.org, etc.  
If a customer who owns all of these wants to update the www record, we  
would have to make this change multiple times. With BIND and using the  
file backend (or pdns perhaps), we can just symlink zone files so they all  
have the same values. This is what we're trying to achieve, but put the  
backend in a database and be able to use a web interface to manage it.

One customer has about 300 domains that all have the same values... We  
really don't want to have to update every single one by hand or craft  
custom SQL each time we need to do something like this. It should be easy  
to "group" or "link" domains that should all keep the same values.



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