[Pdns-users] PowerDNS backend
cmouse at youzen.ext.b2.fi
Mon Feb 4 09:28:51 UTC 2013
Or you can employ pipebackend or remotebackend if you don't want to write
the backend completely yourself. These provide script-based API to use, which
can be easier to employ than writing a backend. Documentation for these can
be found from http://doc.powerdns.com/. If you need DNSSEC, you'll want to
use remotebackend, as pipe can't do DNSSEC.
On Mon, Feb 04, 2013 at 08:36:38AM +0100, Ruben d'Arco wrote:
> This should be helpful as a first start:
> Also have a look at the regression-test direcory, as it is quiet helpul for testing your backend.
> RBK1001 <Paul.Sun at syniverse.com> wrote:
> >we would like to seek for an advice on the use of backend.
> >we understood that PowerDNS offers several backend solutions, however,
> >would like to know is there a way to connect to our customerized
> >Currently, we are using a non-sql customerized backend with large
> >amount of
> >data stored, and we would like to intergrate powerdns with it, is there
> >anyway we can do?
> >- rbk
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