nsd running as slave

Sven-Holger Wabnitz wabnitz at digital-security.com
Wed Jul 9 17:27:43 CEST 2003


Hi Sebastian,

i would not run a nameserver in slave mode in a registry
environment. The best thing would be if you run all
nameservers as master. You have to provide the zonefile
to all the nameservers and then recompile the zonefile
at the nameserver which runs nsd. With the bind nameserver
you proceed as normal.

There are a lot of possibilities to implement this way.
If you need help, please ask for it.


Best Regards
Sven-Holger

On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 16:12, Sebastian Castro wrote:
> Hi:
> 
> I'm testing nsd to be used as slave of a ccTLD (following the idea
> proposed by Stephen).
> 
> I haven't good experience about it. The primary is a BIND 9 server,
> sending notifies to my testing server. nsd seems to ignore notifies and
> avoid periodical retries as specified in REFRESH soa param.
> 
> The server is able to transfer the zone and compile it with zonec free
> of problems. If I run 'nsdc update' everything goes ok.
> 
> What should I do to prepare a nsd to be slave? I know is possible, as
> told by Stephen and the root servers managers.
> 
> 
> Best Regards
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