TR: Slave Zones for Bind 9.11

Nicolas Breuer Nicolas.Breuer at
Sun Jun 17 19:10:11 UTC 2018

Hi Evan,

I’m not using the in-view.
So, per default this is copied into memory
In case of failure of primary the slave can take the lead but in case of a reboot, the slave will not download the copy

If using file option, i should use in-view and then duplicate the zone files.

The goal to have two views is only to allow recursion on our internal ip’s.

> Le 17 juin 2018 à 21:04, Evan Hunt <each at> a écrit :
>> On Sun, Jun 17, 2018 at 05:32:34PM +0000, Nicolas Breuer wrote:
>> I have removed the file option in the zone configuration and I can now share the same zone on the two views.
>> I suspect the zone to be transferred in the memory
> If you're using "in-view", the zone isn't transferred at all. There's a
> single copy of the zone in memory, and both views have pointers to it.
> You can still use the file option.
> -- 
> Evan Hunt -- each at
> Internet Systems Consortium, Inc.

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