[Pdns-users] strange behaviour with gmysql & mydns backend
cyclops+pdns at prof-x.net
Fri Jan 17 16:58:48 UTC 2014
I do not have the same setup, but i would not know why this should not work.
Would you mind sharing your database content so i can try to identify the issue and/or replicate the issue?
On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 04:43:28PM +0100, Andreas Danzer wrote:
> I'm running powerdns-server 3.3.1 with gmysql and mydns backend enabled
> simultaneously (launch=gmysql,mydns). I'd like to setup new zones in the
> gmysql backend, while my old zones stay in the mydns backend until I'm
> able to transfer them to the native gmysql backend. Zones in the mydns
> backend work without a problem. If I want to look up A records for zones
> in the gmysql backend - SOA, NS, MX, ANY work - I get backend errors. It
> looks like the query is getting the correct ZoneID but then fails.
> The zone danzer-test.de is in the gmysql-backend database. A "dig
> @dns.mydns.de A www.danzer-test.de" results in following logfile entries:
> Query: select content,ttl,prio,type,domain_id,name from records where
> type='SOA' and name='danzer-test.de'
> Jan 17 16:36:41 1371476707-1 pdns: Query: select
> content,ttl,prio,type,domain_id,name from records where type='NS' and
> name='www.danzer-test.de' and domain_id=50000002
> Jan 17 16:36:41 1371476707-1 pdns: Query: select origin, minimum
> from soa where id = 50000002 and active = 1 and 1 = 1
> Jan 17 16:36:41 1371476707-1 pdns: Backend reported permanent
> error which prevented lookup (lookup() passed zoneId = 50000002 but no
> such zone!) sending out servfail
> Jan 17 16:36:41 1371476707-1 pdns: Backend error: lookup() passed
> zoneId = 50000002 but no such zone!
> Jan 17 16:36:45 1371476707-1 pdns: Engaging bypass - now
> operating unthreaded
> A "dig @dns.mydns.de ANY danzer-test.de" works.
> If I disable the mydns backend, gmysql works without a problem.
> Transfering the zone from the mydns backend to gmysql is not an option
> at the moment as several systems depend on the old structure.
> Has anybody been able to get a similar setup to work without problems?
> Is there a workaround?
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