[Pdns-users] What are the differences between PowerDNS Authoritative Server and Recursor?

Raghvendra Choudhary raghvendra.choudhary at digivalet.com
Tue Nov 22 11:46:05 UTC 2022

Hi Team,

I installed the powerDNS server and PowerDNS admin in container and it
works fine. I also added the domain through the UI.

Now i want to know how to resolve the DNS that present in the backend of
the powerDNS.

I am using Mariadb as a backend.

Please help me out this .

*Raghvendra Choudhary*
DevOps Engineer | www.digivalet.com <https://digivalet.com>

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On Sat, Nov 19, 2022 at 4:31 AM Michael Hallager via Pdns-users <
pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com> wrote:

> On 2022-11-19 02:55, Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming via Pdns-users
> wrote:
> > Subject: What are the differences between PowerDNS Authoritative
> > Server and Recursor?
> >
> > Good day from Singapore,
> >
> https://wm.nettrust.nz/?_task=mail&_action=compose&_id=88998096563780c1f5dde9#
> > May I know what are the differences between PowerDNS Authoritative
> > Server and Recursor?
> On 2022-11-19 03:04, Raghvendra Choudhary via Pdns-users wrote:
> > I have the same question
> >
> >  Raghvendra Choudhary
> >  DevOps Engineer | www.digivalet.com [1]
> An authoritative server holds the DNS records and for a given domain and
> a recursor (aka caching) server requests these on behalf of a client
> host. Have you ever registered a domain name? You were likely asked to
> specify the authoritative servers during the process.
> I second what Jan-Piet said. At this point the both of you are asking
> questions which fall within basic networking. In general the questions
> are OK, but they are not where this mailing list is at. If this subject
> interests you, you should strongly consider getting a job working in a
> team with others who can mentor you.
> The days of being able to "fake it till you make it" are long gone. In
> the 1990's there was more of a hacker culture on the internet but these
> days clients and employers expect competency. This does not mean we all
> have to know everything (none of us do) but having the fundamentals in
> place is a prerequisite.
> Michael
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