[Pdns-users] NOTIFY by pdns master with ldap backend in next authoritative server releases?
dennis.roos at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 11:33:01 UTC 2010
I guess a simple shell script can do the job for you:
* ldapsearch SOA records that changed today (provided your SOA
numbering is using dates)
* for each entry pdns_control notify domainname
Just my $.02
Nikolaos Milas wrote:
> I didn't receive any replies on this.
> As we are deploying a new DNS server infrastructure in our
> organization and we have planned to use pdns/ldap on our primary
> master (already in operation), it would be important to us to know
> whether NOTIFY from pdns/ldap ("master operation") will be offered as
> a feature in upcoming authoritative server releases or not, or if a
> patch or (Lua or other) script is available by pdns
> developers/community to provide such NOTIFY functionality (I haven't
> been able to find something).
> This would affect to some extent our deployment architecture (type of
> slaves, type of remote slaves, etc.), because, unfortunately, we can't
> use ldap backend on all slaves, and we don't want those slaves to
> remain not-synchronized for long, nor we can use very short refresh
> Please, could you give a hint?
> On 25/9/2010 12:54 ÃÂÃÅ, Nikolaos Milas wrote:
>> So, can we hope for such a feature to be included in the next
>> official release or, if you deem this is undesirable due to whatever
>> specs, could it be offered as a patch, as the BIND/sdb one, or even
>> as a Lua script ? ...
>> If not, can you suggest any other good solution(s) to trace ldap
>> record changes and force AXFRs to slaves?
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