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Dec
5
comment Hosting your own DNS
If your website is your business you shouldn't compromise on DNS. I would never setup DNS for a single domain (or even few dozens), unless part of the core business is providing subdomains.
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Dec
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comment Empty AAAA DNS Record with long TTL?
Keep in mind that in some DNS platforms, setting min TTL in SOA can and will change the TTL for records using "default" TTL, and not just unknown records.
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Aug
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comment Authoritative DNS with default response
Yes, I aware. Using several sql backends will increase the number of queries to the database, and I have managed to limit the number of queries to minimum.
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Jan
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comment Authoritative DNS with default response
Didn't work for me. I set "." zone as master on default.txt and added the wildcard A records, but didn't get any response even for ".". I did succeed doing this with Windows DNS, but then I don't have SOA. I guess the same problem will be with BIND, even after making it work.
Jan
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comment Authoritative DNS with default response
It would be even better to have default zone for all unspecified domains, so only the exceptions (the 10%) are loaded. I believe I can set up slave to query master to update locale cache (no AXFR).
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