[Pdns-users] Slaves are not updating after making changes on master
Mislav Orsolic | Linux System Administrator
mislavorsolic at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 20:05:47 UTC 2015
Where exactly can I see/find this autoserial setting?
I've checked both tables records (change_date) and domains
(notified_serial) both have some values, it's not set to 0 or NULL on
master and on slave in domains table notified_serial for both new and
old domains is set to NULL + in records table, change_date is set to
NULL for old/new domains.
I've also tried to add on the slave
On 12.06.2015 21:37, Aki Tuomi wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 09:23:35PM +0200, Mislav Orsolic | Linux System Administrator wrote:
>> I've recently debugged even more this scenario and it seems like I'm
>> unable to find solution.
>> What bothers me is this:
>> - every domain that was added in the past, after adding new record,
>> new record is automatically transferred to the slave with any
>> problem within next minute or two
>> - every new domain that I add have problem when I add new record on
>> the master server, it is not transferred to the slaves and the only
>> way it is working is manually through pdns_control notify host
>> domain OR changing directly in the database SOA record or last
>> checked - in the end this is not solution, as I want it to be
>> transferred automatically, just like it's working for old domains
>> What could be the problem, any suggestions? If any log/setting is
>> needed, let me know and I will provide the same.
> Maybe those older domains are using autoserial by having their serial set to 0? In this case,
> powerdns sets serial to highest change_date.
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