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Upgrading PowerDNS from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy

As I mentioned here, I had to manually create a database schema when I installed PowerDNS on Debian Squeeze. Later versions apparently create one themselve. Read More »

Adding foreign key constraints to PowerDNS default schema

In an earlier post I made, I described how to manually create the SQL schema, because it didn't itself. When I installed Power DNS 3.1-4 on a Raspberry Pi, I noticed it had created the scheme itself this time. However, it did not make the foreign key constraints. This is dumb. I regularly need to remove domains from the DB and I don't want stale or incorrect references as a result. Read More »

Configuring a Power DNS superslave server

Power DNS, as opposed to Bind, has the option to be a superslave. This means that it will initiate any zone transfer from trusted hosts, avoiding the need to configure each zone on both master and slave. Read More »