[Pdns-users] soa-minimum-ttl not working

Christian Hofstädtler ch at zeha.at
Wed Nov 17 07:45:46 UTC 2010

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 8:41 AM, Helge Milde <helge at monsternett.no> wrote:
> Hi!
> I recently found out that our PowerDNS server is using a TTL value of 3600
> on our DNS records, which is too low.
> As you can see in the example below, the SOA specifies a TTL value of 86400,
> which is where we want it to be. I've also changed soa-minimum-ttl to 86400
> in /etc/powerdns/pdns.conf and restarted the server, but the records still
> shows up with TTL 3600.
> Have I stumbeled upon a bug, or is this just pure ignorance from my part
> :-)?
> PS. We're using an LDAP backend, and I know there's a dNSTTL attribute I
> could use for this, but then we'll have to change the schema from dNSDomain
> to dNSDomain2, which can be a pain.

Try setting default-ttl to the value you want, ldapbackend will take
this one for records which don't specify a ttl.


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