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[DNS][/AIX 6.1]
Want to setup a DNS server on a AIX 6.1 server to be deployed for one Disaster test env.
Are there any step guidance document out there
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The IBM AIX 6.1 Infocenter has a rather good "howto" on configuring domain name servers on AIX:

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_aix_61/com.ibm.aix.howtos/HT_commadmn_configure_dns.htm?lang=en

You'll learn how to set up the various configuration files for a master server, a slave server and a hint (cache-only) server, and finally how to use the smit "stnamed" fast path to start a name server.

Good luck!

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