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comment Central backup server?
Bacula doesn't seem to do full system restorable backups... am I misunderstanding?
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comment Rebalancing data between files on SQL Server gradually
Reindexing moves stuff around; getting me closer to my goal, for sure. But it doesn't technically solve the problem...
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
As I understand DNS; isn't there a root .com zone file that lists all the servers that are considered name servers?
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
Whois terrypearl.com Domain name servers listed in order: NS1.TERRYPEARL.COM NS2.TERRYPEARL.COM
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
Yes, it's a sample one.
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
tp.com's nameservers are ns1.tp.com. See my issue?
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
ns1.tp.com are A records; but they are name servers registered with whoever manages the .com zone. tp.com's nameservers are ns1.tp.com; which are my servers; so it's definitely not still being served up as an A record.
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
Agree on the DNS and firwall concern - but the clients on the sending end still hit my firewall regularly and I've been dropping those queries to the floor for three weeks.
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comment How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
ns1.tp.com are A records; but they are name servers registered with whoever manages the .com zone. tp.com's nameservers are ns1.tp.com; which are my servers; so it's definitely not still being served up as an A record.