[Pdns-users] Querying domainmetadata unwanted
cmouse at youzen.ext.b2.fi
Mon May 18 20:24:39 UTC 2015
On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 08:25:23PM +0200, MÃÂ¡tÃÂ© Eckl wrote:
> I'm setting up a secondary dns-server and I'm experiencing a problem.
> The primary server does not use the domainmetadata table, and as I'm doing
> it with native database replication, I do not need it on the secondary
> either. The secondary server is the 3.4.1 version (the primary is 3.1), and
> runs on Debian Jessie using postgresql. I read in the documentation that
> the queries, using the domainmetadata table, only run when dnssec is set,
> but no matter if I set gpgsql-dnssec=no or I unset it, the queries run and
> fail of course. I read some forums and mailing-list archives about this
> problem, but I did not find any solution.
> Could you help me with this? I do not want to use any tables except for
> what is really necessary.
> MÃÂ¡tÃÂ© Eckl
Unfortunately some domain metadata is queried these days despite having
dnssec on or off. If you want, you can try replacing the queries with
On the other hand, having domainmetadata table, with no content, should
not produce a huge impact on performance.
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