[nsd-users] nsd-control delzone on a zone that is defined in the nsd.conf
will at edgecast.com
Tue May 14 08:24:54 UTC 2013
Thanks for the reply.
Wow. that sounds really great if I am understanding you correctly. so, if I
change my nsd.conf with any kind of arbitrary additions and deletions, a
simple nsd-control reconfig will intelligently and dynamically merge all of
those changes -- effectively obviating the need for nsd-control
On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 12:01 AM, W.C.A. Wijngaards <wouter at nlnetlabs.nl>wrote:
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> Hi Will,
> On 05/08/2013 11:32 PM, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
> > I am trying to wrap my head around the rationale of the restriction
> > on not allowing nsd-control to delzone a zone that is configured in
> > the nsd.conf. What is the risk here? Is it more of an operational
> > one where it will not truly delete if a stop/start of the daemon
> > occurs without modification of the nsd.conf? I mean, if your
> > workflow is to always update your nsd.conf by removing entries for
> > zones you are planning to delzone (and then blowing away the
> > zone.list file before start) -- then where is the problem,
> > exactly?
> > I see the restriction only exists in remote.c, and it doesn't look
> > like deleting one of these zones declared in the nsd.conf would be
> > much different that one that wasn't (although I am probably missing
> > something).
> > Can you help me understand this, please?
> > FYI, Wouter is on vacation so it might take another week or so
> > before he answers. What I do remember from talking about this is
> > that "nsd-control delzone" is merely the inverse of "nsd-control
> > addzone".
> > Zones defined in nsd.conf are supposed to be static that is why
> > the man nsd-control says:
> > Zones configured inside nsd.conf itself cannot be removed this
> > way because the daemon does not write to the nsd.conf file,
> > you need to add such zones to the zonelist file to be able to
> > delete them with the delzone command.
> > Hope this helps.
> Yes, what you can do, if you modify the nsd.conf yourself, is that you
> modify the nsd.conf and then nsd-control reconfig (you need that
> latest svn trunk of NSD4 for that, beta4 does not have this feature).
> Then it adds and removes the changes you made in the config file.
> This may fit better into your existing workflow.
> Best regards,
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