DNS replicate

Here is a new question about a DNS, how to configure your server to reach an other an do an update of the list file ?
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MFCRichCommented:
If you are talking about a zone transfer you have to configure the server to be a slave for the zone and tell it where the master server for the zone is. The master will probably also have to be configured to allow zone transfers to your new server. There are other ways depending on what implementation of DNS you are using.
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NickCommented:
For a cache DNS on 2.4.x kernel:

dig @e.root-servers.net . ns > /path/to/named/your_root.hints-file

Nick
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crichenAuthor Commented:
In fact I was speaking about a replication between Master and a slave.But I still do not now how to do it I mean the changes to applie .In witch files, what to edit.???
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