[Pdns-users] Potentially Silly Question! - auth server, dns-(n on) sec + sec.

Chris Russell Chris.Russell at knowledgeit.co.uk
Thu Jul 21 17:34:18 UTC 2011

Hi stefan

Have Dns sec working without issue its the non sec which isn't



--- original message ---
From: "Stefan Schmidt" <zaphodb at zaphods.net>
Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] Potentially Silly Question! - auth server, dns-(non) sec + sec.
Date: 21st July 2011
Time: 6:21:57 pm

On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 6:46 PM, Chris Russell
<Chris.Russell at knowledgeit.co.uk> wrote:
>  As an addendum, also tried multi launch with the same issue specifying dnssec on one launch:
> launch=gmysql:sec,gmysql:nonsec
> gmysql-sec-dnssec
>  Have to be missing something silly here.

I'm not sure if it makes any difference but this works for me with

Something equally silly would be if you were missing the tables
necessary for DNSSEC operations as specified at
where it says "To support or migrate to DNSSEC, the following SQL
statements must be executed".
Is your table structure 'DNSSEC-ready'?

for mail. the ordername should be 'mail' although as you are not
querying with +dnssec i don't think PowerDNS would bother.
what does a `pdnssec show-zone wobble.com` say?

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