[Pdns-users] stupid recursor question

Curtis Maurand curtis at maurand.com
Tue Dec 6 19:33:10 UTC 2022

OK, just did the upgrade and adjusted the tables accordingly.  I don't 
like the fact that the update clobbered the /etc/init.d/pdns file.  We 
don't all run distributions with systemd. Systemd is big and buggy, not 
to mention the controtions one has to go through to get things to work 
properly. My system is way more manageable without it.  More stable, 
too. I knew I needed to do upgrade, debian hasn't upgraded the version 
in their repos.  I added the powerdns repo to the sources.list.d/pdns.  
I digress.  I'm now running 4.7.2.  It took a few minutes to get the 
supermaster/superslave set up and working.

Things are working from outside and pretty fast, too. It's internally 
where things aren't working.  the internal recursor is not resolving 
anything that is hosted.  wierd.


On 12/6/22 12:52, Brian Candler wrote:
> On 06/12/2022 17:41, Curtis Maurand via Pdns-users wrote:
>> You can use either xyonet.com or cybernexus.net
> And the pdns-auth server which you are referring to is ns1.xyonet.com 
> or ns2.xyonet.com?  Or is it neither of these, and is a hidden primary?
> FYI, ns2.xyonet.com is not responding at the moment. Also, ns1 is 
> running PowerDNS Authoritative Server 4.4.1, which is end-of-life, so 
> you ought to look at upgrading it.  See https://repo.powerdns.com/

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