Named updating zone log


29-Sep-2020 15:52

Could you maybe point me into a direction where I can find a script that can convert this: [code] zone "yourdomain.com" IN ; [/code] to this: [code] zone "yourdomain.com" IN ; [/code] Many thanks I think you might need to have an also-notify ; line in your options stanza on the master server (with x.x.x.x being the IPs of your slave servers).

Also I have 'notify explicit' so that only those servers named in the also-notify get notified.

Your slaves' [b]named.conf[/b] need to contain zone declaration like: [b] zone "yourdomain.com" IN ; [/b] This way your slaves will create zone data-files in [b]/var/named/chroot/var/named/slaves/[/b] folder with appropriate SE Linux context.

Thanks Well one thing you are clearly missing in [b]named.conf[/b] of your slave DNS servers, are slave zone declarations along with location where to commit this data (and retrieve it from afterward).It is a relatively simple task to write a script that reads the master config and turns it into a config suitable for the slaves.Once you have this config you can then scp it to the slaves and then reload bind. Hi there, I am also just glad that it seems my configuration is good. I must admit though that my scripting/programming skills are not all that good.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

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