[Ilugc] djbdns

  • From: narayanamoorthys@xxxxxxxxx (Narayanamoorthy Srinivasan)
  • Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 20:19:28 -0800 (PST)

Hi,
   I am using djbdns in my server. I configured tinydns according to the 
instructions in the site.
I added two domains example.com and dummy.com using add-ns, add-mx, etc. and 
edited data file for fixing the nameserver name as ns1.mycompany.com instead of 
a.ns.mycompany.com. Below are the contents of my data file

.1.1.168.192.in-addr.arpa:192.168.1.1:a:259200
.example.com:192.168.1.1:ns1.mycompnay.com:259200
.example.com:192.168.1.1:ns2.mycompany.com:259200
=example.com:192.168.1.1:86400
=www.example.com:192.168.1.1:86400
@example.com:192.168.1.2:mail.example.com::86400
.dummy.com:192.168.1.1:ns1.mycompany.com:259200
.dummy.com:192.168.1.2:ns2.mycompany.com:259200
=dummy.com:192.168.1.1:86400
=www.dummy.com:192.168.1.1:86400
@dummy.com:192.168.1.2:mail.dummy.com:10:86400

but when I "dig dummy.com @ns1.mycompany.com" I am getting redundant lines in 
additional sections like

ns1.mycompany.com.        259200  IN      A       192.168.1.1
ns1.mycompany.com.        259200  IN      A       192.168.1.1
ns2.mycompany.com.        259200  IN      A       192.168.1.2
ns2.mycompany.com.        259200  IN      A       192.168.1.2

How to avoid this?

TIA
Moorthy


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