This is a discussion on Re: slow zone propagation - DNS ; Jerome Tytgat wrote: > Hello list, > I need you to help me resolve one big problem we have here. > We have 1 central cluster server (184.108.40.206) with 1 master zone and 100+ r= > everse zones (with > ...
> Hello list,
> I need you to help me resolve one big problem we have here.
> We have 1 central cluster server (220.127.116.11) with 1 master zone and 100+ r=
> everse zones (with
> have a lot of networks...), running bind 9.2.1 on Debian Linux Woody 3.
> We have 12 sites and on each sites we have a slave DNS server running bin=
> d 9.2.2rc1 on Sun
> Solaris 8.
> We have a very slow propagation of the master zone to the
> slaves servers.
> I wonder if I made something wrong and if it's possible to accelerate
> the propagation.
> The most important zone for us, is the master zone (domain.fr), could it =
> be possible to priorize it ?
> Thanks for you advice.
HAve a look at bind-9.3.0 and it's ability to create
IXFR on static zones.
Read about "ixfr-from-differences yes;" which does the magix.
The slaves already tries ( according to the logs shown) IXFR, so whenever
you upgrade to bind-9.3.0 these problems will disappear.
I've been using this for a dnsbl and it works like a charm
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