This is a discussion on Re: Going crazy! -- "Sending Notifies" not working on Redhat Enterprise - DNS ; Hello, I've been reading through documentation, and I still can't find a reason why notifies weren't sent out to ns2.myvemma.com when it was defined as a CNAME. They were only sent out when it had an A record. In both ...
I've been reading through documentation, and I still can't find a reason
why notifies weren't sent out to ns2.myvemma.com when it was defined as a
CNAME. They were only sent out when it had an A record. In both cases,
it had a NS record.
Bind 8 seemed to have no problem sending notifies to a slave server that
was defined by a CNAME record. Does anyone know if this is an official
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Possibly having your NS records as CNAMEs (which you should not have)
> > is not doing you any favours ...
> > Could you rewrite this as:
> > ns1.myvemma.com. IN A 184.108.40.206
> > ns2.myvemma.com. IN A 220.127.116.11
> > web01.myvemma.com. IN CNAME ns1.myvemma.com.
> > web02.myvemma.com. IN CNAME ns2.myvemma.com.
> > and see if that helps? Are the NS records for zone
> > subnet18.104.22.168.in-addr.arpa also ns1/ns2.myvemma.com?
> This did it!!! Ronan, you are my hero! =P
> But seriously, why should this have mattered? Why would this version of
> BIND (past versions seemed to have no problem) not send notifies to slave
> NS if they are defined by CNAME instead of A records?
> (I shouldn't press my luck here, since it's all working, but I'd still
> like to know. =P)
> Thank you!
> -Raiden Johnson