[Pdns-users] max record length workaround

Jonathan Reed jreed777 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 20 17:49:19 UTC 2019


I'm running an old version of pdns where my backend record length for "
records.name" is still varchar(255). I've read it's been extended to 64k.
However I'm trying to insert a 400 character dkim value in it by adding
multiple records for the dkim to simulate a continuation of the key string.
Short of altering the table to allow for the longer lengths, have any of
you had experience with the syntax for making long strings like this?
I've used the conventional escape char \ and tried enclosing the entire
string in a paren () but no luck. Perhaps someone else out there has had to
do this in the past?

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