multi-master with mysql backend
fddi at gmx.it
Tue Feb 8 15:54:15 UTC 2011
actually I Was too way optimistic. nothing works after patching named
woth mysql-bind source code:
/usr/sbin/named -f -u named -t /var/named/chroot
Feb 8 16:53:02 ns kernel: named general protection
rip:2af3633cfa10 rsp:40bb5148 error:0
On 2/8/11 4:28 PM, Gary Wallis wrote:
> fddi wrote:
>> thank you for hte thread you pointed me.
>> Actaully I do not have performance issue, but I just need DNS
>> I could succesfully apply mysql-bind patches.
>> I have only one zone with few hosts.
>> thank you very much
>> On 2/8/11 3:30 PM, Terry. wrote:
>>> 2011/2/8 fddi<fddi at gmx.it>:
>>>> I have considered dlz, but it does mocu more than simply mysql
>>>> backend and
>>>> seems too way complicate for my porpouse.
>>>> At hte end I am considering using this mysql-bind:
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> A nice way to deal with what Riccardo's needs is to use ISC BIND
> configured statically (keeps all advantages of a pure BIND system) but
> from a MySQL database that has web apps for end users to manage their
> own zone data. BIND was not meant for end users with little to no DNS
> expertise to manage their RRs. Some middleware is required.
> This is not a new concept but developed from pure dynamic websites to
> ones that "printed" static copies of their pages -now proxies are also
> used as well as memcache for SQL query caching.
> See wikipedia for dns management software.
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