Commit e250aba0 authored by Eric Luce's avatar Eric Luce
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Convert a number of hyphens in to m-dashes.

parent 2c9c7c5b
......@@ -203,7 +203,7 @@ There there will be some number of <emphasis>slave</emphasis> (also
called <emphasis>secondary) </emphasis>servers, which load the zone
contents using the <acronym>DNS</acronym> protocol (that is, the secondary servers
will contact the primary and fetch the zone data using TCP). This
set of servers-the primary and all of its secondaries-should be
set of servers &mdash; the primary and all of its secondaries &mdash; should be
listed in the NS records in the parent zone and will constitute a <emphasis>delegation</emphasis>.
This set of servers must also be listed in the zone file itself,
usually under the <command>@</command> name which indicates the <emphasis>top
......@@ -218,8 +218,8 @@ configured to answer questions for that zone with authority, which
it does by setting the "authoritative answer" (AA) bit in reply
packets. A server may be authoritative for more than one zone. The
authoritative data for a zone is composed of all of the Resource
Records (RRs)-the data associated with names in a tree-structured
name space-attached to all of the nodes from the top node of the
Records (RRs) &mdash; the data associated with names in a tree-structured
name space &mdash; attached to all of the nodes from the top node of the
zone down to leaf nodes or nodes above cuts around the bottom edge
of the zone.</para>
<para>Adding a zone as a type master or type slave will tell the
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......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ cache and zones loaded off disk. Future releases of <acronym>BIND</acronym> 9 wi
provide methods to limit the amount of memory used by the cache,
at the expense of reducing cache hit rates and causing more <acronym>DNS</acronym>
traffic. It is still good practice to have enough memory to load
all zone and cache data into memory-unfortunately, the best way
all zone and cache data into memory &mdash; unfortunately, the best way
to determine this for a given installation is to watch the nameserver
in operation. After a few weeks the server process should reach
a relatively stable size where entries are expiring from the cache as
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......@@ -2540,10 +2540,10 @@ controls the order in which email delivery is attempted, with the
lowest number first. If two priorities are the same, a server is
chosen randomly. If no servers at a given priority are responding,
the mail transport agent will fall back to the next largest priority.
Priority numbers do not have any absolute meaning - they are relevant
Priority numbers do not have any absolute meaning &mdash; they are relevant
only respective to other MX records for that domain name. The domain
name given is the machine to which the mail will be delivered. It <emphasis>must</emphasis> have
an associated A record-a CNAME is not sufficient.</para>
an associated A record &mdash; CNAME is not sufficient.</para>
<para>For a given domain, if there is both a CNAME record and an
MX record, the MX record is in error, and will be ignored. Instead,
the mail will be delivered to the server specified in the MX record
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......@@ -267,7 +267,7 @@ the number of the RFC). RFCs are also available via the Web at <ulink
<surname>Mockapetris</surname>
<firstname>P.V.</firstname>
</author>
<title>Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities</title>
<title>Domain Names &mdash; Concepts and Facilities</title>
<pubdate>November 1987</pubdate>
</biblioentry>
<biblioentry>
......@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ the number of the RFC). RFCs are also available via the Web at <ulink
<author>
<surname>Mockapetris</surname>
<firstname>P. V.</firstname>
</author> <title>Domain Names - Implementation and
</author> <title>Domain Names &mdash; Implementation and
Specification</title>
<pubdate>November 1987</pubdate>
</biblioentry>
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