Zone transfer problem
afaf.e at menara.ma
Tue Nov 8 09:53:07 UTC 2005
>If the primary server is getting errors trying to load the zone file, it
>makes itself non-authoritative and doesn't allow zone transfers.
The primary server is able to load the zone file, and it allows zone
>So read the error messages in the primary server's log file and correct
>the problems it's reporting.
There's no error message in the primary server's log file.
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de Barry Margolin
Envoyé : mardi 1 novembre 2005 04:38
À : comp-protocols-dns-bind at isc.org
Objet : Re: Zone transfer problem
In article <dk50tb$ovu$1 at sf1.isc.org>, "afaf" <afaf.e at menara.ma> wrote:
> Thank you for your response, but "xn--ugbi3cafgce4a" is not the Top
> level Domain.
> The entry in the zone file of the domain name "domaine.TLD" is:
> Xn--mgberik3hh.xn--mgbeli7hgb5b.xn--ugbi3cafgce4a IN CNAME
> <http://www.domaine/> www.domaine.TLD
> My DNS server (the secondary) can,t load this entry in the zone file from
> the primary server.
> -The primary server is running bind-4.9.3.
If the primary server is getting errors trying to load the zone file, it
makes itself non-authoritative and doesn't allow zone transfers.
So read the error messages in the primary server's log file and correct
the problems it's reporting.
> -My server (secondary) is running bind-9.3.0.
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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