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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@mfinni - It's not a single point of failure if you have multiple DNS servers on multiple IP's coming out of multiple Internet connections.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
Thanks for the clarification guys!
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@GomoX I understand that, i am just treating TLD and root servers the same to simplify the question. No one other that registrars can put data into a TLD server.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@joeqwerty So basically the registrars just offer DNS as a side service, i can change the NS records to my server and that get propagated directly to the TLD servers?
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
I know i don't HAVE to run my own DNS server, most registrars will offer that service for me. But i want to run my own DNS servers. Instead of a registrar (GoDaddy for example) being the authoritative name server, i want my server to be the authoritative name server. This makes management much simpler from my end.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
No that is web hosting, not DNS hosting.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
I understand the hierarchal system, i know a third party has to insert the record into the root servers. What i want to avoid is having the third parties DNS servers acting as a relay. I want the root servers to say the authoritative DNS server for my domain is my server.
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comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
ls -li returns no such file or directory. As if it sees the file but then decides it doesn't exist. a normal ls works fine but doesn't show the inode.
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comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
Yes, it will just return no such file or directory
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comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
I tried that, ls will just return ls: 1386141318.M854059PΈ3Ώ62.email.vantagetitle.com,S?11304,W11473:2,Sbc: No such file or directory
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