Bug#602863: from bind9 to powerdns and back to bind9
[José L. Redrejo Rodríguez]
> Obviously, you're free to do it. From my point of view, these are
> not good news. In the future, in our schools we're not going to
> switch back to use bind9 and will keep the current setup with pdns.
> Having all the infraestructure and information stored in ldap is
> very safe when you have several thousands of ltsp servers and don't
> want to manually modify configuration files whenever a new server is
> placed or moved. More things are in ldap, less things we have to
Note that DNS info will still be in LDAP, also with bind9. But the
LDAP schema used is differet with bind9 than with powerdns. The LDAP
info is transfered to bind9 config files using the ldap2zone package.