[Pdns-users] AXFR issue

Mustafa Uysal muysal32 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 5 06:06:54 UTC 2013

Hi John,
We are using mysql backend.
According to the below explanations, is it possible to change ip address
instead of nameserver in order to start transfer automatically when
notified by the master ?

"If supermaster is specified, all new zones will be added automatically to
the slave when notified by the master."
INSERT INTO supermasters (ip, nameserver, account) VALUES ('', '
ns2.example.org', '');
*(Assuming the master IP address is*

Thanks in advance,

"Make things simple and do not complicate them. Calm people and do not
drive them away."
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

2013/6/4 John Miller <johnmill at brandeis.edu>:
> Hi Mustafa,
> First things first--which backend(s) are you using?
> John
> On 06/04/2013 10:40 AM, Mustafa Uysal wrote:
>> Hello,
>> According to the previous answers as seen in the following,it seems
>> there are two ways to perform transfer domains to the slave dns
>> server. But we want to transfer all zones with domains from master
>> server to slave server without adding a row as a slave related to
>> domain.
>> Is there any chance you could explain how to perform this actions ?
>> Is there any clue ?
>> Thanks,
>> echop
>> Rcode: 5
>> "Sounds like the slave doesn't think it's supposed to be slaving for that
>> domain. Is the master server that's sending the NOTIFY to it configured
>> as a supermaster? Or do you have the row in the domains table indicating
>> that it should slave for that domain, and that the master server is the
>> master it should accept NOTIFYs from? I've used PowerDNS for slaving for
>> customers for awhile now, and it works just fine, so I'd be looking at
>> something like that as the culprit."
>> “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
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