Master Server

Now we're ready to create the files for the master server. There are many recommendations about how these should be named and stored. Our domain has a simple layout, as it isn't large enough to be split into numerous zones, which means that the files will consist of one zone and so will be easier to work through. For this reason, the layout we'll use here is to store all the master files in a directory named master, all the slave files in a directory named slave, and the root server information in the top-level directory. Let's now create the master directory then move on to the configuration file:

antimony# cd /var/named
antimony# mkdir master
antimony#

Boot File

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