[Pdns-users] SOA Slave Retrieval
bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl
Wed Apr 25 20:49:57 UTC 2012
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 10:20:40PM +0200, Emiel van Berlo wrote:
> We are migrating to PowerDNS and I notice some strange behaviour when
> useing PowerDNS as a slave server.
Good and bad ;-)
> Our primary bind server has this soa record :
> ns1.domain.tld. hostmaster.domain.tld. 2012010101 28800 1800 86400 86400
> after a transfer to powerdns I expected
> ns1.domain.tld hostmaster at domain.tld 2012010101 28800 1800 86400 86400
> (no ending dots on both domainnames and an @ in the email address)
Almost. You should be getting:
ns1.domain.tld hostmaster.domain.tld 2012010101 28800 1800 86400 86400
However, the additional dots would not hurt.
The @ syntax is not something we do.
> Is this normal behaviour for a slave setup?
Can you double check you end up with trailing dots in the database?
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