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This query is used by allnodes in the LDAP driver. This parameter is optional and always located at argv[9]. The first “-g” tells BIND to write all log messages to stdout instead of a log file. If your lookup query will not return NS and SOA records, you must implement an authority query that will return those types of records. If zero entries are returned, the database does not support the zone i. Notice that the command line is actually broken over many lines.

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Notice the data type column. The query must return the appropriate data types attributes in the correct order.


This allows a variety of LDAP schemas to be used dzl modification to the driver’s code. Notice that there is no token to tell the query what type of DNS record we are looking for. This query should be used to return ALL records in the zone.

Lookup and authority operate in a manner similar to allnodes. This parameter specifies the LDAP authentication method to use. This driver has been tested on Windows 2K and Redhat Linux 7. In order for the attributes to be interpreted properly by the driver, they must be in the correct order. When setting up your configuration, pay very close attention to spaces!


What does matter is the number of entries that are returned.

Next is “type”–this is the DNS data type of the record, attribute 2 from the chart above. Notice ldpa extra spaces in the second set!

This is done to make the configuration segment easier to read. This line is indented just to make it easier to read the configuration file.

The keyword “database” is the only parameter that can be specified in a DLZ configuration segment. The driver then appends a space to the end of the string and continues to the next attribute. If your system builds BIND multi-threaded by default, then you should configure your server to use more database dlx. Braces can be used inside of DLZ command lines to group several items together into one parameter.

Data accepts all the other information about this record as a string. This is the command line array passed to dlx driver, and the driver name must always be at argv[0]; it is not optional.

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The OpenLDAP libraries and header files are required to build the driver and are not included in this package. The elz limitations are: To return absolute instead of relative hostname data, an extra “. So if we were searching in the zone “example. In the LDAP driver, the find zone query is also used as the ldsp query during the allowzonexfr query operation.


Attribute 1 is the left most attribute in a query. I recommend the attributess labeled as “string num ” be held as numbers in your LDAP schema.

The LDAP driver was built to be as flexible as possible. Let’s say your TXT data is: The values of the attributes may be held as integers, floats, whatever by the database, but the return from the OpenLDAP functions is only a string.

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This groups the list of host names together as a single parameter located at argv[6]. This configuration example will use tree structure 1.

An explanation of how attributes are used and concatenated together is detailed below. Your database can hold these attributess as strings or numbers, but they MUST be able to be properly parsed into a number without any extra characters.

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