How to handle zones that need to be the same in all views?
_ at maxb.eu
Tue Jun 12 00:03:35 UTC 2012
That won't help me for slave zones:
* the zones get needlessly re-transferred once for each view
* the files on disk will be repeatedly overwritten as bind tries to save
the zone data separately for each zone, to the same filename
* bind will only act on a notify for the view that receives it, leaving
all the other views serving stale data for the zone
On 11/06/12 22:17, andrew kagan wrote:
> Max: are you familiar with BIND's "include" syntax? Just put all the
> zones in an include file, then include in each view?
> On 6/11/2012 2:09 PM, Max Bowsher wrote:
>> I've inherited some responsibility for existing DNS system that makes
>> extensive use of BIND's view feature (there are 10 views; external,
>> internal-site1, internal-site2, ...etc...).
>> I'm experiencing a problem in that there's really only one zone that
>> differs between views, and now I'm facing the difficulty of wanting to
>> have these multi-viewed nameservers act as slaves for some additional
>> zones; with the slaved data being identically visible to all views.
>> In a perfect world, BIND would let me tell it that some zones were
>> global to all views, but this feature doesn't seem to exist.
>> Does anyone have any suggestions for how to structure a setup like this?
>> About the only possibility I can come up with is to run two different
>> sets of nameservers, one for the zones that need to be different across
>> views, and one for the zones that need to be global.
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