This is a discussion on Re: CNAME and other data - DNS ; > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > > > >>>>> "Mark" == Mark Andrews writes: > >> There are *no* duplicates that I can find. (It would be nice if > >> named would log what the conflict is) > > ...
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> >> There are *no* duplicates that I can find. (It would be nice if
> >> named would log what the conflict is)
> Mark> You are trying to load a DNSSEC zone (with a CNAME) on a
> Mark> DNSSECbis server.
> Yes, agreed. i said that :-)
> I would ask that maybe 9.2.x might be more clear about the reason for
> the failure to load.
Well the only thing missing was the name with the offending
data which is easily found by transfering the zone and running
named-checkzone on it.
dig sandelman.ca @22.214.171.124 > tmp
named-checkzone sandelman.ca tmp
In general "CNAME and other data" error should be picked up on the
master. DNSSECbis is special as it relaxed the rules.
I suppose we could explictly check for RRSIG/NSEC in 9.2 issue a
> I would also ask that perhaps 9.3.x be tolerant of NXT/SIG being
> present. I really think this is important.
I double checked. It should load a DNSSEC zone. It won't generate
the proofs however.
> If we want DNSSEC to be incrementally deployable, then making it hard
> for people to upgrade to 9.3 is a bad idea. Making it confusing to
> some ISP why their 9.2 fails to load a zone suddendly is also bad.
Incremental deployment would require that proofs be generated and
validated for both DNSSEC and DNSSECbis. BIND 9.3 does not do this.
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