[Pdns-users] Speeding up the slave request
bloat at grounded.net
Thu Dec 7 17:12:24 UTC 2017
The slave finally updated itself but I see these in the master logs.
(I have to hide the domain name since I don't have permission to post it in public)
AXFR of domain 'domain.com' initiated by x.x.x.x
Dec 07 10:00:44 ns1.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:00:44 AXFR of domain 'domain.com' to x.x.x.x finished
Dec 07 10:01:00 ns1.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:01:00 Received NOTIFY for domain.com from <snip> but slave support is disabled in the configuration
Dec 07 10:01:17 ns1.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:01:17 Notification for domain.com to <snip> failed after retries
and in the slave log;
Dec 07 10:00:42 ns2.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:00:42 Initiating transfer of 'domain.com' from remote 'x.x.x.x'
Dec 07 10:00:42 ns2.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:00:42 AXFR started for 'domain.com'
Dec 07 10:00:42 ns2.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:00:42 Backend transaction started for 'domain.com' storage
Dec 07 10:00:42 ns2.domain.com pdns_server: Dec 07 10:00:42 AXFR done for 'domain.com', zone committed with serial number 2017120747
There is a cron job on the master which is running every hour;
pdnsutil increase-serial domain.com
Maybe I need to only increase this cron task?
----- Original Message -----
From: "bloat list" <bloat at grounded.net>
To: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
Sent: Thursday, December 7, 2017 9:50:39 AM
Subject: [Pdns-users] Speeding up the slave request
I have a master slave setup which seems to have gotten messed up with the upgrade.
It seems the main problem I have is that the master is unable to contact the slave and the slave is no longer checking for updates. On both, I have slave-cycle-interval set to 60.
I see this error in the master logging;
'Received NOTIFY for domain.com from <snip> but slave support is disabled in the configuration'
I am posting for help because I am not the dns admin and am trying to fix this on my own right now since we don't have the budget to hire help.
Thanks for any leads, input you can offer and I am happy to post what ever additional information is needed if I have failed to post something important.
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