Josh Paetzel wrote:



Sure, you can $INCLUDE a file in to a zonefile. :)


Yup - that sure does it.  However, it is still possible to do
Very Stupid Things (tm).  Anyone running bind should not that
this combination of things causes great silliness:

$ORIGIN mydomain.com.

@ IN SOA ......

; Nameservers

            IN NS        foo.mydomain.com   ; oops, missing trailing period

Really dumb, and it had my wondering what was wrong with my $INCLUDE -
nothing, of course.

Thanks for the help.  I now have a nice clean db.external with
a corresponding view.  db.internal merely $INCLUDES db.external
as its first statement and has a corresponding view.  Now when I
modify *anything* - $TTL, a host definition ... whatever, it propagates
into both views with a single edit.



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