named-checkzone with multiple $ORIGIN
bernard.fay at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 12:36:49 UTC 2017
Sorry keyboard problem...
I took control of a DNS based on Bind 9.9. One of the zone files have
multiple $ORIGIN for example:
While checking the zone file with:
named-checkzone example.com example.com.zone
named-checkzone returns ok for the first $ORIGIN.
named-checkzone sub1.example.com example.com.zone
named-checkzone sub2.example.com example.com.zone
named-checkzone sub3.example.com example.com.zone
named-checkzone reports many "ignoring out-of-zone data (....example.com)"
Using multiple $ORIGIN in a single zone file works but named-checkzone does
not seem to like the idea.
Is there something wrong by using multiple $ORIGIN in a single zone file or
my understanding of named-checkzone is wrong?
On Mon, Jun 5, 2017 at 8:27 AM, Bernard Fay <bernard.fay at gmail.com> wrote:
> I took control of a DNS based on Bind 9.9. One of the zone files have
> multiple $ORIGIN for example:
> $ORIGIN example.com
> $ORIGIN sub1.example.com
> $ORIGIN sub2.example.com
> $ORIGIN sub3.example.com
> While checking the zone file with:
> named-checkzone example.com example.com.zone
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