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Solaris™ Operating Environment Boot Camp by Dominic Butler, David Rhodes

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Slave Server

Here we'll follow the original recommendations suggested when we set up the master, which means we also need a slave directory for the zone files. Let's create the hierarchy then move on to create the configuration files:

tellurium# cd /var/named
tellurium# mkdir master slave
tellurium#

Boot File

This file is very similar to the boot file on the master. The main difference between them is that this one also contains a “masters” entry for the slaves. This is used by the slaves to contact the master whenever they need to perform a zone transfer:

 tellurium# cat /etc/named.conf // // named.conf file // options { directory "/var/named"; }; // root servers zone "." in { type hint; file "named.root"; }; // slave forward file for the ...

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