Installs and configures Dan Bernstein's DNS tinydns, aka djbdns. Services are configured to start up under runit.
Known to work on Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat and CentOS.
- build-essential - for compiling the source.
- runit - for setting up the services.
node[:djbdns][:tinydns_ipaddress]- listen address for public facing tinydns server
node[:djbdns][:tinydns_internal_ipaddress]- listen address for internal tinydns server
node[:djbdns][:public_dnscache_ipaddress]- listen address for public DNS cache
node[:djbdns][:axfrdns_ipaddress]- listen address for axfrdns
node[:djbdns][:public_dnscache_allowed_networks]- subnets that are allowed to talk to the dnscache.
node[:djbdns][:tinydns_internal_resolved_domain]- default domain this tinydns serves
node[:djbdns][:bin_dir]- default location where binaries will be stored.
node[:djbdns][:axfrdns_uid]- default uid for the axfrdns user
node[:djbdns][:dnscache_uid]- default uid for the dnscache user
node[:djbdns][:dnslog_uid]- default uid for the dnslog user
node[:djbdns][:tinydns_uid]- default uid for the tinydns user
The default recipe installs djbdns software from package where available, otherwise installs from source. It also sets up the users that will run the djbdns services using the UID's specified by the attributes above.
Creates the axfrdns user and sets up the axfrdns service.
Sets up a local DNS caching server.
Sets up a server to be an internal nameserver. To modify resource records in the environment, modify the tinydns-internal-data.erb template.
Sets up a server to be a public nameserver. To modify resource records in the environment, modify the tinydns-data.erb template.
LICENSE AND AUTHOR
Author:: Joshua Timberman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright 2009, Opscode, Inc.
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