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how can I add records to the zone file without restarting the named service?

I'm working on centos6.5 and bind9 and I have managed to add records to a DNS zone by doing this steps: creating the key: dnssec-keygen -a HMAC-MD5 -b 128 -n HOST example.com. editing conf. ...
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When to use BIND vs internal DNS for Samba 4 backend

The docs say, "Bind as DNS backend is recommended, if you plan setup a complexer DNS setup, than the Samba 4 internal DNS currently made possible." What exactly is the threshold for "a complexer DNS ...
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binding ip address to hostname

I just registered a domain name and paid for hosting with CentOS and I found that I had to do the binding myself following the lengthy steps http://www.linux-sxs.org/internet_serving/bind9.html I was ...
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Can't get BIND and NS to work properly [closed]

I just got myself an unmanaged Dedicated VPS from OVH and I don't have a prior experience of setting up servers or DNS servers but I followed a couple of tuts and installed webmin and created NS Zones ...
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centos 6, hostname won't resolve, dns issue, loop detected

I've searched everywhere and tried all the suggestions that I've seen, but I just can't get this to work now (it was working before). This is the first time I've ever installed a test server that I ...
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3answers
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Unabled to get rid of BIND 9 chroot

I had installed bind-chroot from yum not long ago, and saw that there were errors in the daily logs from named. Under further investigation, I noticed a directory loop. The named files resided under ...