Clients Matching Multiple Views

Sotiris Tsimbonis stsimb at
Wed Apr 9 09:05:07 UTC 2014

On 09/04/2014 11:14 πμ, Steven Carr wrote:
> On 9 April 2014 08:37, Mike Meredith <mike.meredith at> wrote:
>> Am I missing something obvious? Such as it should work, but I've
>> somehow messed up? Or perhaps there's some option I've missed? Or am I
>> out of luck?
> That's not how views work. When you match a view then that's it, you
> don't continue to check other views.
> The two ways you suggested are the way to do this.
> However, assuming you are using views on the same IP address and not
> splitting it across internal/external servers as that would screw up
> NS records), you can reuse the same zone file so those zones that
> appear in both internal and external views refer back to the same zone
> file, then when you update that zone file both views are updated.

But when the zone is dynamic, this file "sharing" cannot be done between

Updates only match one zone, and are kept in memory (or .jnl).
So how would we make this work in dynamic zones?
Maybe we should have one view axfr from the other?


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