Define a domains addresses sole in terms of another
bortzmeyer at nic.fr
Mon Jul 9 13:42:54 UTC 2007
On Mon, Jul 09, 2007 at 01:08:04PM +0100,
John Steel <john.steel at phonewebcam.com> wrote
a message of 42 lines which said:
> example1.com. IN NS ns.example1.com.
> example1.com. IN NS ns0.example1.com.
> example1.com. IN NS ns0.example1.net.
> ns.example1.com. IN A 18.104.22.168
> example1.com. IN A 22.214.171.124
Replace every occurrence of example1.com with @ and every occurrence
of something.example1.com by something and you are almost done.
> The point is during server moves etc I would only need to update the
> 1 record, rather than all the individual ones as at present.
1) Fast and hacky: use only one zone file for every domain. If the
contents of the zone file are relative (see my first advice), it will
2) Clean and modern: do not produce zone files by hand, have them
created by a program which reads the database of managed domains.
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