DNS expert needed?


www.abc.com in my old-server
search.abc.com (old-server) move to

new-server (different location)
AND each time when someone goto http://search.abc.com ,
 it goes to new-server .....

Any ideas ?  have to modify DNS? apache? or?
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You just need to change your DNS server configuration...  and restart your dns server
(/etc/rc.d/init/named restart)

bsherAuthor Commented:
what should you change for DNS, more detail.
In your named.boot or named.bott file (depending the version of bind you're using... you have the names of the files containing the description of your zones.
In those files, you have, some registry entris like this one:

www.abc.com. IN A
search.abc.com. IN A

change the server name you want to change to:

search.abc.com. IN A

after that, restart your named:

/etc/rc.d/init/named restart

  And it's done...


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bsherAuthor Commented:
will there cause any risk or hole for hackers.
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