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Question Configuring a multi-server setup - name-server

hi all,

ive just got a new 128mb vps which i'm using for a secondary name server.

I have installed Debian 6 64bit minimal install (overkill for small ram but just to keep everything the same ) and noticed upon first update it had apache2 installed.

I have been using the create your own DNS tutorial:
http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-run...debian-squeeze
but just for adding to my existing server running ispconfig 3.

What im wondering is, would i be ok to remove Apache from the name-server box without it messing anything up also what else would you recommend to remove or tune up?

cheers
matt
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