DRAFT - DNS Admin Guide
dan at langille.org
Wed Jun 25 16:21:55 PDT 2003
On 25 Jun 2003 at 19:08, Ken Smith wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2003 at 01:39:09PM -0400, Dan Langille wrote:
> > You are not the only ones. We have http://www.nzfug.nz.freebsd.org/
> > and the nzfug mailing list which goes with it.
> Ok, I understand the previous question a bit better as far as deciding
> on terms for delegation, sub-delegation, etc. This helped me see a
> bit more than I had been.
> Assuming the load on dnsadm@ isn't too great I think this sort of
> thing can fall under what I described in the last one. The folks
> that want nzfug.nz.freebsd.org send the request to dnsadm@, who
> function as the coordinator for DNS analogous to there being a coordinator
> for FTP mirrors.
> They delegated nz.freebsd.org to you a while ago
> so they talk to you. In the end if nzfug does come into being the
> dnsadm@ coordinator records all the info about them (site contact,
> etc) at that level. Now if you were to disappear dnsadm@ can still
> contact nzfug to see if they can pick up the pieces.
DNS is distributed. The actions should be distributed as well. Why
should people contact dnsadm@ if they want to add hosts to
Why minimize email traffic and have the the person in charge of
nz.freebsd.org send site contact details to dnsadm@ for record
keeping purposes. It put the work where it should be. In the
region. That frees up the dnsadm at .
Dan Langille : http://www.langille.org/
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