Dns timestamp not updating

The result is that the default value is fixed at whatever the time happens to be when the slug is compiled.

DNS servers running Windows Server 200x support aging and scavenging features.

With the My SQL backend, you can configure your zone completely via SQL tables (duh! For our dynamic DNS server, the only relevant tables are pdns.domains and pdns.records.

If you want to know more about the other tables, a detailed documentation of the schema and plugin can be found on the Power DNS plugin documentation page. Let’s add a SOA record to declare that this server is authoritative for our dynamic DNS domain (here: dyndns.heckel.xyz) and our first dynamic A record (here: let’s assume our home network’s public IP address is .221): INSERT INTO pdns.records SET domain_id=1, name='dyndns.heckel.xyz', type='SOA', content='noreply.1483141082 60 60 60 60', ttl=60, change_date=unix_timestamp(); INSERT INTO pdns.records SET domain_id=1, name='dyndns.heckel.xyz', type='A', content='.221', ttl=60, change_date=unix_timestamp(); If you add other A records, this may look like this: Side note: Power DNS looks at the change_date column (not shown in screenshot) to determine whether its cache needs to be updated.

Date field :poster field :category validates_presence_of :link validates_presence_of :title validates_presence_of :synopsis validates_presence_of :category validates_uniqueness_of :link validates_uniqueness_of :title embeds_many :replies #referenced_in :topic end Will be handled when the file is read.

On Heroku, this happens when you push your update and the slug is compiled.

Normally what happens is that the (remote) DHCP server provides to Network Manager both an IP address for the local interface and the address of a (remote) DNS nameserver to use.Network Manager also gives the (remote) IP address of the DHCP-provided DNS nameserver to the forwarding nameserver.Thus a program running on the local system asks the resolver to translate a host name into an IP address; the resolver queries the local forwarding nameserver at 127.0.1.1; the forwarding nameserver queries the remote nameserver(s) it has been told about, receives an answer and sends it back up the chain.These features are provided as a means for performing cleanup and removal of stale resource records in the DNS zone.With dynamic DNS (DDNS), resource records are automatically added and updated in their corresponding DNS zones.DNS servers associated with networks are managed in via the process described on the page titled Configuring networks.

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