a way to replicate ispconfig3 mydns databases

Discussion in 'General' started by lano, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. lano

    lano Member

    On my new box I installed Ispconfig3, and on the other machine Mydns.
    Is there a way to replicate databases, so that I would have identical records? I would like to have automated creation master/slave DNS servers.
    I looked tutorial here, however, in my case databases are different.
    Should I install ispconfig3 on the second box?
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What exactly is different?
  3. lano

    lano Member

    Mydns database is "dbmydnsconfig", ISPC3 database is "dbispconfig".
    I guess, that there should be the same database name for sync data.

    Is there any other option to to sync DNS records between ISPC3 and Mydns?

    And another offtopic question:
    In ISPconfig3 dns templates; is it possible to predefine values of "Allow zone transfers to
    these IPs (comma separated list)"?
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    I seems that you mix up here something. mydnsconfig is the same then the dns module which is integrated into ispconfig, so it does not make any sense to use mydnsconfig and ispconfig on a server as mydnsconfig is a subset of ispconfig.
  5. lano

    lano Member

    maybe I was unclear, since english isn't my native language.
    What I would like to achieve is the way to create DNS records on two servers automaticly. Main server with ispconfig3 would be primary NS, and Mydns on the second server would be slave NS.
    Is there any other way to do that?
  6. torusturtle

    torusturtle ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    when you install MyDNSConfig 3.0.1 you'll be asked if you want to install in standard or expert mode. Choose the expert mode.

    It will then ask you if you want to join an existing MyDNSConfig multiserver setup.

    Because the tables are the same in ISPConfig3 this should work.
  7. lano

    lano Member

    I allready solved issue and described it in this post.

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