All zone blocks for "public" view should be listed here in "internal"too!
kcd at chrysler.com
Fri Sep 24 14:19:24 UTC 2010
If you want that level of separation, why not go even further and have a
separate instance of named running on a separate address? I assume you
have a way to selectively tell clients to use a different address for
DNS resolution, either through DHCP, /etc/resolv.conf or interactively
via the command line.
That way, your "proposed" config can look as close as possible to the
"running" config -- no "view" complications -- and maybe the only thing
you have to change when you promote-to-production is the contents of
"listen-on" (maybe the directory too, although if both instances are
chroot'ed even that might not be necessary).
On 9/23/2010 4:13 PM, Bèrto ëd Sèra wrote:
> why do you use views then? I guess there's no need for it...
> Because I usually tend to modify a proposed configuration as little as
> possible, as long as it doesn't cause trouble. But it looks like this
> one is quite far from what a web-server needs.
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