[Pdns-users] Multiple A records cause AXFR failure

a b tripivceta at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 22 13:22:30 UTC 2015

If I recall correctly, every backend has its own schema.
Unfortunately, this is not immediately obvious when one starts using pdns.
The good news is, the "oracle" backend gets some serious abuse, it's well tested, rock solid in its operation, and in my opinion, the schema is optimized for it.

You are also correct, missing TTL's is the solution.
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Ahh, so it's Oracle, yeah I should have known from the SQL> prompt.

I didn't know the Oracle backend uses other table names, an euh..
interesting choice.

Never really looked at the Oracle backend code, so I had a quick look.

Maybe you don't have any TTLs (you didn't have them in the insert
query) ?

It seems that would trigger an error:

Maybe add a check like the example ?:

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