[Pdns-users] How To Configure PowerDNS

Tim Semeijn noc at babylon.network
Mon May 8 21:21:39 UTC 2017

When setting up PowerDNS you can choose to use a MySQL backend
The replication is not part of PowerDNS itself but is just regular MySQL
replication and needs to be set up separately.

My advice would be to set up the master & separate slave node with MySQL
as backend. Afterwards you can dive into MySQL replication and hook your
slave up to the master node.

For CentOS 7 & your chosen MySQL backend there should be enough guides
to find online.

On 08/05/2017 22:27, David Jones wrote:
>> From: Pdns-users <pdns-users-bounces at mailman.powerdns.com>
>> on behalf of Roberto QuiƱones 
>> Hi, I'm sorry for the inconvenience, I've tried to install powerdns
>> in centos 7 following a document, but this does not help me with
>> the part of if I want to replicate the zones to a secondary (slave)
>> server. Given this I do not know if in centos and in  the last version
>> of powerdns they have changed some parameters, somebody have
>> some link or document that can help me with the orientation of
>> doing the process of installation and configuration of a powerdns
>> server master and slave.
> Setup the PowerDNS repo (http://repo.powerdns.com) on your C7
> server to get the latest version.
> Dave
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Tim Semeijn
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