[Pdns-users] Querying domainmetadata unwanted

Aki Tuomi cmouse at youzen.ext.b2.fi
Mon May 18 20:24:39 UTC 2015

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 08:25:23PM +0200, Máté Eckl wrote:
> Hi,
> 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.
> Regards,
> Máté 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
a dummy.

On the other hand, having domainmetadata table, with no content, should
not produce a huge impact on performance.

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