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New forward zone records only on restart

Eduardo Schoedler
Wed Apr 6 23:00:09 CEST 2016


negative-cache perhaps?

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Eduardo Schoedler

2016-04-06 16:31 GMT-03:00 John (Scott) Crooks via Unbound-users
<unbound-users at unbound.net>:
> Greetings,
>
> I'm using Unbound as a recursing DNS server in our company office
> infrastructure. Here is the link to my `unbound.conf` file:
> https://gist.github.com/sc250024/5874948dceac674df53579c2a13d051d
>
> The `forward-zone` entries point to two PowerDNS servers that are
> authoritative for those domains listed in the configuration. Both PowerDNS
> servers are using a typical MySQL backend, and they are in a Master-Slave
> configuration.
>
> I notice that when I add new records to the authoritative servers, Unbound
> does not successfully resolve these records UNTIL I restart the Unbound
> daemon. In other words:
>
> `dig @10.0.32.6 somenewrecord.infra.company.com` <<-- Works since I'm
> querying the authoritative server directly
> `dig somenewrecord.infra.company.com` <<-- Returns a SERVFAIL until I
> restart the Unbound daemon
>
> Is this typical behavior? What am I doing wrong?
>
> --
> Scott Crooks