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MysqlBind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

MysqlBind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Like most modern DNS management software, by centralizing all data in a replicated SQL database, and limiting any errors to one software package failure point, DNS service deployment has benefited greatly. Standardization and incremental improvements and bug-fixes have made mysqlBind very stable and extremely scalable. At the same time, since mysqlBind is a BIND server management system only, not a DNS server, it does not rely on a SQL database for the DNS service to work. The mysqlBind SQL server is only needed to be operational for administration and deployment of new zones, new resource records, resource record changes and zone SOA changes. This non-reliance on a live SQL database has been a major point for reliable deployment of large scale DNS services, very critical for the correct operation of the internet." Project details for mysqlBind Project details for mysqlBind: "myqslBind manages clusters of ISC BIND 9 name servers. It has support for unlimited views, secondary only zones, unlimited masters, hidden masters, and slave name servers. It has template-based end-user and admin interface programs for your Web 2.0 interface. It uses a company contact role permissions model. It is very stable. It is not a MySQL DNS server, but a static configuration model from a MySQL replication cluster. It has a technical schema based back-office for ISP MySQL developers."