Named slave zone not updating
Zone files are optional for slave nameservers, but strongly recommended otherwise the slave will lose all knowledge of the zone content whenever it is restarted.It will not then be able to start serving the zone again until it has performed a zone transfer, and if the master is unavailable for any reason then the period of downtime could be substantial.a journal file is created but it does not dump the new host to zone file. I've also tried rndc freeze && rndc thaw - and rndc stop && rnd start how can i force zone update??I'm running Centos6 with kernel 2.6 and bind 9.8Hi, Please keep in mind that in a dynamic zone update the changes are saved in the journal file.This can be done for individual zones: The setting for a zone takes precedence, therefore if you use the latter method then you should check that it has not been overridden.The master needs to know which nameservers to notify.
BIND sends notifications by default, however it is good practice to enable them explicitly if they are an important part of the configuration.
These instructions describe how to configure the slaves.