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revised Setting up a DNS name server for a mass virtual host with Bind9
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comment Normal check interval and re try check interval doesnot work in nagios
I have configured Nagios3 for monitoring 2 webservers and the gateway host. When I set it up once to get checked each 10 min, Nagios didn't check all at the same time, leaving 10 min between each host check. Later I changed the check_interval value to 5 min, as I have it now, and still have the same behaviour. Maybe I am missing some configuration detail which I don't know, but I got this idea from user experience.
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comment Setting up a DNS name server for a mass virtual host with Bind9
Testing your zone... it makes DNS to also search in my server the www.service-domain.net address giving a 404 error because I have not set up that alias in the virtual hosts. That's the biggest difference so far I find. I didn't want to have the www.service-domain.com alias active for the DNS to remind to users they are in a local development ambiance and force them to use non-www addresses. The zone reference I have are the same as yours. Is there any DNS performance/usage benefit of using your zone configuration?
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comment Setting up a DNS name server for a mass virtual host with Bind9
Followed your advise and that's how I made work it. Now I need to configure to make it reach to the mass virtual hosts.
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comment Setting up a DNS name server for a mass virtual host with Bind9
You are right. 80.58.0.33 is the ISP DNS. 192.168.1.52 is the IP of our local LAN where I am configuring the BIND DNS namerserver. We have an static IP address that I use to forward the petitions to BIND.
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comment Setting up a DNS name server for a mass virtual host with Bind9
Thanks for the input. I didn't know that. Did some major changes to the configuration, so I am going to edit all this, because now I get answers.
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