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Old 08-01-2005, 09:42 AM   #1
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Bind slave notifies...


I have completed a bind 9.3 setup at home. I have a master slave setup, and updates occur fine, but I receive an error on the slave server. It appears that it is attempting to send dns notifications to itself:

01-Aug-2005 08:12:38.231 info: client my.slavedns.ip#37810: received notify for zone ''
01-Aug-2005 08:12:38.231 info: zone refused notify from non-master: my.slave.dns.ip#37810

Is there a way to have the slave not send notifications? or maybe a better way to implent the master / slave relationship (maybe a single NS entry in named.conf rather than all zone files?)

Old 08-02-2005, 07:37 PM   #2
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In the slave servers named.conf file, have you added "notify no" to all zone definitions of "type slave" ??


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