Commit 38ba66e4 authored by Andreas Gustafsson's avatar Andreas Gustafsson

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parent fdf2eaf2
......@@ -600,7 +600,7 @@ HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#types_of_resource_records_and_when_to_use_them"
the DNS protocol, please refer to the standards documents listed in
<A
HREF="Bv9ARM.ch09.html#rfcs"
>Section A.4.1</A
>Section A.3.1</A
>.</P
></DIV
><DIV
......
......@@ -1491,7 +1491,7 @@ HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#synthesis"
>For an overview of the format and structure of IPv6 addresses,
see <A
HREF="Bv9ARM.ch09.html#ipv6addresses"
>Section A.3.1</A
>Section A.2.1</A
>.</P
><DIV
CLASS="sect2"
......
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#Configuration_File_Grammar"
></DT
><DT
>6.3. <A
HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#AEN3668"
HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#AEN3672"
>Zone File</A
></DT
></DL
......@@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ WIDTH="362"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>One or more integers valued 0 through
>One to four integers valued 0 through
255 separated by dots (`.'), such as <B
CLASS="command"
>123</B
......@@ -4494,9 +4494,17 @@ CLASS="command"
option.</P
><P
>If the zone is a master zone then the server will send out a NOTIFY
request to all the slaves. This will trigger the zone serial number check
in the slave (providing it supports NOTIFY) allowing the slave to
verify the zone while the connection is active.</P
request to all the slaves (default). This should trigger the zone serial
number check in the slave (providing it supports NOTIFY) allowing the slave
to verify the zone while the connection is active.
The set of servers to which NOTIFY is sent can be controlled by
<B
CLASS="command"
>notify</B
> and <B
CLASS="command"
>notify-also</B
>.</P
><P
>If the
zone is a slave or stub zone, then the server will suppress the regular
......@@ -4541,7 +4549,7 @@ processing.</P
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN2256"
NAME="AEN2258"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -4783,6 +4791,12 @@ VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
></P
></DIV
><P
>Note that normal NOTIFY processing is not affected by
<B
CLASS="command"
>dialup</B
>.</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -5375,7 +5389,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2506"
NAME="AEN2510"
>6.2.14.2. Forwarding</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -5626,7 +5640,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2582"
NAME="AEN2586"
>6.2.14.4. Interfaces</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -5721,7 +5735,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2608"
NAME="AEN2612"
>6.2.14.5. Query Address</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -5841,7 +5855,7 @@ CLASS="command"
><P
>Inbound zone transfers running longer than
this many minutes will be terminated. The default is 120 minutes
(2 hours).</P
(2 hours). The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -5852,7 +5866,7 @@ CLASS="command"
><P
>Inbound zone transfers making no progress
in this many minutes will be terminated. The default is 60 minutes
(1 hour).</P
(1 hour). The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -5863,7 +5877,7 @@ CLASS="command"
><P
>Outbound zone transfers running longer than
this many minutes will be terminated. The default is 120 minutes
(2 hours).</P
(2 hours). The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -5874,7 +5888,7 @@ CLASS="command"
><P
>Outbound zone transfers making no progress
in this many minutes will be terminated. The default is 60 minutes (1
hour).</P
hour). The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -6153,7 +6167,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2747"
NAME="AEN2751"
>6.2.14.7. Operating System Resource Limits</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -6273,7 +6287,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2784"
NAME="AEN2788"
>6.2.14.8. Server Resource Limits</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -6382,7 +6396,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN2820"
NAME="AEN2824"
>6.2.14.9. Periodic Task Intervals</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -6402,7 +6416,7 @@ from the cache every <B
CLASS="command"
>cleaning-interval</B
> minutes.
The default is 60 minutes.
The default is 60 minutes. The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).
If set to 0, no periodic cleaning will occur.</P
></DD
><DT
......@@ -6418,7 +6432,8 @@ CLASS="command"
>dialup</B
> whenever this
interval expires. The default is 60 minutes. Reasonable values are up
to 1 day (1440 minutes). If set to 0, no zone maintenance for these zones will occur.</P
to 1 day (1440 minutes). The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).
If set to 0, no zone maintenance for these zones will occur.</P
></DD
><DT
><B
......@@ -6432,7 +6447,8 @@ every <B
CLASS="command"
>interface-interval</B
> minutes. The default
is 60 minutes. If set to 0, interface scanning will only occur when
is 60 minutes. The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).
If set to 0, interface scanning will only occur when
the configuration file is loaded. After the scan, the server will
begin listening for queries on any newly discovered
interfaces (provided they are allowed by the
......@@ -6454,7 +6470,8 @@ every <B
CLASS="command"
>statistics-interval</B
> minutes. The default is
60. If set to 0, no statistics will be logged.</P
60. The maximum value is 28 days (40320 minutes).
If set to 0, no statistics will be logged.</P
><DIV
CLASS="note"
><BLOCKQUOTE
......@@ -6750,7 +6767,7 @@ CLASS="command"
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN2908"
NAME="AEN2912"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -7060,7 +7077,8 @@ HREF="Bv9ARM.ch04.html#dynamic_update"
will expire. The default is <TT
CLASS="literal"
>30</TT
> days. The signature
> days.
The maximum value is 10 years (3660 days). The signature
inception time is unconditionally set to one hour before the current time
to allow for a limited amount of clock skew.</P
></DD
......@@ -7137,7 +7155,7 @@ number is identical to the number in the beginning line.</P
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3020"
NAME="AEN3024"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -7598,7 +7616,7 @@ CLASS="sect2"
><H2
CLASS="sect2"
><A
NAME="AEN3141"
NAME="AEN3145"
>6.2.17. <B
CLASS="command"
>trusted-keys</B
......@@ -7673,7 +7691,7 @@ CLASS="sect2"
><H2
CLASS="sect2"
><A
NAME="AEN3157"
NAME="AEN3161"
>6.2.18. <B
CLASS="command"
>trusted-keys</B
......@@ -7708,7 +7726,7 @@ CLASS="sect2"
><H2
CLASS="sect2"
><A
NAME="AEN3165"
NAME="AEN3169"
>6.2.19. <B
CLASS="command"
>view</B
......@@ -7775,7 +7793,7 @@ CLASS="sect2"
><H2
CLASS="sect2"
><A
NAME="AEN3179"
NAME="AEN3183"
>6.2.20. <B
CLASS="command"
>view</B
......@@ -8432,7 +8450,7 @@ CLASS="sect2"
><H2
CLASS="sect2"
><A
NAME="AEN3330"
NAME="AEN3334"
>6.2.22. <B
CLASS="command"
>zone</B
......@@ -8443,13 +8461,13 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN3333"
NAME="AEN3337"
>6.2.22.1. Zone Types</A
></H3
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3335"
NAME="AEN3339"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -8688,7 +8706,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN3390"
NAME="AEN3394"
>6.2.22.2. Class</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -8726,7 +8744,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN3400"
NAME="AEN3404"
>6.2.22.3. Zone Options</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -9359,7 +9377,7 @@ CLASS="varname"
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3638"
NAME="AEN3642"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -9466,7 +9484,7 @@ CLASS="sect1"
><H1
CLASS="sect1"
><A
NAME="AEN3668"
NAME="AEN3672"
>6.3. Zone File</A
></H1
><DIV
......@@ -9487,7 +9505,7 @@ CLASS="sect3"
><H3
CLASS="sect3"
><A
NAME="AEN3673"
NAME="AEN3677"
>6.3.1.1. Resource Records</A
></H3
><P
......@@ -9510,7 +9528,7 @@ HREF="Bv9ARM.ch06.html#rrset_ordering"
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3679"
NAME="AEN3683"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -9549,8 +9567,7 @@ ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>an encoded 16 bit value that specifies
the type of the resource in this resource record. Types refer to
abstract resources.</P
the type of the resource record.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9602,8 +9619,8 @@ WIDTH="336"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>the type and sometimes class-dependent
data that describes the resource.</P
>the resource data. The format of the
data is type (and sometimes class) specific.</P
></TD
></TR
></TBODY
......@@ -9615,13 +9632,11 @@ data that describes the resource.</P
>The following are <I
CLASS="emphasis"
>types</I
> of valid RRs
(some of these listed, although not obsolete, are experimental (x)
or historical (h) and no longer in general use):</P
> of valid RRs:</P
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3711"
NAME="AEN3715"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -9643,7 +9658,8 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>a host address.</P
>a host address. In the IN class, this is a
32-bit IP address.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9659,7 +9675,9 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>an IPv6 address.</P
>an IPv6 address. This can be a partial
address (a suffix) and an indirection to the name where the rest of the
address (the prefix) can be found.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9675,7 +9693,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>Obsolete format of IPv6 address</P
>obsolete format of IPv6 address</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9691,7 +9709,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) location of AFS database servers.
>location of AFS database servers.
Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9724,9 +9742,11 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>for delegation of reverse addresses.
Replaces the domain name specified with another name to be looked
up. Described in RFC 2672.</P
>Replaces the domain name specified with
another name to be looked up, effectively aliasing an entire
subtree of the domain name space rather than a single record
as in the case of the CNAME RR. Used for delegation
of IPv6 reverse mappings. Described in RFC 2672.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9758,7 +9778,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) representation of ISDN addresses.
>representation of ISDN addresses.
Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9792,7 +9812,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) for storing GPS info. See RFC 1876.
>for storing GPS info. See RFC 1876.
Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9810,6 +9830,8 @@ ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>identifies a mail exchange for the domain.
a 16 bit preference value (lower is better)
followed by the host name of the mail exchange.
See RFC 974 for details.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9879,7 +9901,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) information on persons responsible
>information on persons responsible
for the domain. Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9896,7 +9918,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) route-through binding for hosts that
>route-through binding for hosts that
do not have their own direct wide area network addresses. Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
......@@ -9963,9 +9985,9 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(h) information about which well known
network services, such as SMTP, that a domain supports. Historical,
replaced by newer RR SRV.</P
>information about which well known
network services, such as SMTP, that a domain supports. Historical.
</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -9981,7 +10003,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>(x) representation of X.25 network addresses. Experimental.</P
>representation of X.25 network addresses. Experimental.</P
></TD
></TR
></TBODY
......@@ -9998,7 +10020,7 @@ are currently valid in the DNS:</P
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3823"
NAME="AEN3827"
></A
><P
></P
......@@ -10020,59 +10042,7 @@ WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>the Internet system.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
COLSPAN="2"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>For information about other,
older classes of RRs, see <A
HREF="Bv9ARM.ch09.html#classes_of_resource_records"
>Section A.2.1</A
>.</P
></TD
></TR
></TBODY
></TABLE
><P
></P
></DIV
><P
><I
CLASS="emphasis"
>RDATA</I
> is the type-dependent or class-dependent
data that describes the resource:</P
><DIV
CLASS="informaltable"
><A
NAME="AEN3839"
></A
><P
></P
><TABLE
CELLPADDING="3"
BORDER="1"
CLASS="CALSTABLE"
><TBODY
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>A</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>for the IN class, a 32 bit IP address.</P
>The Internet.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
......@@ -10081,100 +10051,21 @@ WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>A6</P
>CH</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>maps a domain name to an IPv6 address,
with a provision for indirection for leading "prefix" bits.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>CNAME</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>a domain name.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>DNAME</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>provides alternate naming to an entire
subtree of the domain name space, rather than to a single node.
It causes some suffix of a queried name to be substituted with
a name from the DNAME record's RDATA.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>MX</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>a 16 bit preference value (lower is better)
followed by a host name willing to act as a mail exchange for the
owner domain.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>NS</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>a fully qualified domain name.</P
></TD
></TR
><TR
><TD
WIDTH="84"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>PTR</P
></TD
><TD
WIDTH="348"
ALIGN="LEFT"
VALIGN="MIDDLE"
><P
>a fully qualified domain name.</P
>&#13;CHAOSnet, a LAN protocol created at MIT in the mid-1970s.
Rarely used for its historical purpose, but reused for BIND's
built-in server information zones, e.g.,
<TT
CLASS="literal"