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Primary nameserver for multiple zones

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Does anyone have an idea how to set up a nameserver to be primary for multiple zones ? Right now i only added primary directives into the named.boot file. It seems to work, but i am not sure if this is the right way.

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It is the right way. Just add as many primary lines to /etc/named.boot as you need. The lines all look like

primary     my.domain.edu     my.domain.file

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