HOWTO install PowerDNS on CentOS

Posted by kprojects on Dec 14, 2011 7:24 PM EDT; By Rob Kennedy
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PowerDNS Authoritative Server is a great choice for handling DNS for your organization. For a successful install (and for this howto in particular) you'll need a Linux server running CentOS. This HOWTO will show you how to get a working pdns nameserver going along with a great web front-end. The most common way to set up PowerDNS (pdns) on multiple servers (ns1, ns2, etc...) is to enable MySQL replication from the master (ns1) and the slave(s) (ns2, ns3). That's going to be part 2 of this HOWTO. Let's just get pdns set up on our master and answering queries for now...

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