Commit 0a31a93d authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

At Shashi's request, be more explicit about which named files are user

created, and which named_setup generates.
parent 7b848dab
......@@ -165,8 +165,10 @@ the addresses reside (ie. 10.0.0.db).
You'll need to create these .head files yourself. The easiest way to do this
is to start with the examples we've provided in this directory:
example.emulab.net.db.head - the forward zone file
example-155.101.128.db.head - a reverse zone file
1) Create /etc/namedb/OURDOMAIN.db.head from example.emulab.net.db.head
- the forward zone file
2) Create /etc/named/reverse/SUBNET.db.head from example-155.101.128.db.head
- a reverse zone file
If you have more than one class-C subnet for your testbed, you'll need a copy
of the reverse zone file for each one. Follow the examples in these .head
files, making sure to get boss, ops, and any 'infrastructure' equipment (such
......@@ -187,7 +189,10 @@ And one of these for each reverse subnet:
};
Once you think you've got things set up, run /usr/testbed/sbin/named_setup,
and make sure that it doesn't give you any error messages.
and make sure that it doesn't give you any error messages. It will generate
the following files:
1) /etc/namedb/OURDOMAIN.db
2) /etc/namedb/reverse/SUBNET.db
##### If you are using unroutable private IP addresses for part of the
testbed:
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