On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 23:33, Kirk Strauser wrote:
> At 2003-07-23T03:55:47Z, Tony Sterrett <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I'm trying to configure both a master and slave DNS on the same
> > machine. My approach is to run the master by setting named_enable="YES"
> > and it will use the config file in /etc/named. To start the slave I will
> > In rc.local and it would use the config files in /etc/named/slave. Does
> > this seems ok? Is there a better way.
> This seems to come up every now and then.  Before we start, is there any
> reason you want to have two seperate named process running, instead of
> having one process serving as master to some domains and slave to others?

No, it's generally considered {easier,better,more manageable,...} to
only have one instance of BIND.  BIND can be master for some domains
and slave for others, so there really is no need.


Jeremy L. Gaddis   <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>   <http://www.gaddis.org>

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