[Pdns-users] Importating data via a AXFR transfer into pdns mysql.

ymicromed mohamed.brahimi.ma at gmail.com
Sun Jul 7 16:46:36 UTC 2013

Hi Alex,

Please take a look at this page, and you'll find your answer :)


I've copied the last part of it for you:

 To help deal with slaves that may have missed notifications, or have failed
to respond to them, several override commands are available via the
pdns_control tool (Section 1.1, “pdns_control”):

pdns_control notify domain

    This instructs PDNS to notify all IP addresses it considers to be slaves
of this domain. 
pdns_control notify-host domain ip-address

    This is truly an override and sends a notification to an arbitrary IP
address. Can be used in 'also-notify' situations or when PDNS has trouble
figuring out who to notify - which may happen in contrived configurations. 


Another useful option:

Syntax: (60 in seconds, and you can modify it). 

" Periodically, PDNS schedules checks to see if domains are still fresh.
The default slave-cycle-interval is 60 seconds, large installations may
need to raise this value. Once a domain has been checked, it will not be
checked before its SOA refresh timer has expired. Domains whose status is
unknown get checked every 60 seconds by default. "

Best regards,

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