[Pdns-users] pdns newbie
rsev at pm.me
Tue Aug 29 22:46:44 UTC 2023
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On Tuesday, August 29th, 2023 at 6:57 PM, Rodrigo Severo via Pdns-users <pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com> wrote:
> I have been using pdns recursor for some time now but this is the first time I am setting up a pdns server.
> It in a Ubuntu 22.04 server. I am running PowerDNS Authoritative Server 4.5.3
Just upgraded to PowerDNS Authoritative Server 4.8.1
> I am using the tinydns backend (as I am migrating from tinydns and I am still not ready to abandon tinydns data files because of other servers).
> Some doubts :
> - Why is my pdns a "standalone pdns"? From my log file: "This is a standalone pdns" Should I be worried about it?
> - I get no info whatsoever about pdns actually being able to read and understand my data.cdb file even with loglevel 7. Is this expected? Shouldn't pdns log something about the data it read?
> - When I pass queries to it about the domains it should be authoritative, I get no answers answers. How can I fix this?
This issue was fixed quite easily with me querying for the correct domain. Sorry for the sillt mistake.
> - How can I make pdns_control use the socket my "pdns@" service file is creating for this instance of pdns (/run/pdns-df/pdns-df.controlsocket)? With pdns_control option --socket-dir= I managed to make pdns_control try to read from the /run/pdns-df dir but I can´t see how to make it use the pdns-df.controlsocket (the existing one) and not pdns.controlsocket which pdns_control insists on using.
> My config file:
> # To make location and timestamp from tinydns work with pdns
> # Debug settings
The other questions remain unsolved for me.
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