No.Ok, just to clarify, I'm not using load balancing. I just want all the servers to use a domain to make subdomains.
For example, domain.com are on nameservers ns1.domain.com, ns2.domain.com.
Server 1 can use it to make an account with subdomain: 1.domain.com
Server 2 can also make an account with subdomain: 2.domain.com
That's what DNS clustering does?
What exactly do you mean?But shouldn't all servers retrieve queries from the master server?
... but it also makes the DNS zones to be transferred to every server in the DNS Cluster, making a huge security risk of it.DNS Clustering allows DNS records to be stored on a remote server so if your cPanel/WHM server goes down, DNS queries can still be handled
At this time, that is correct.
Interesting .Now I am really confused because I am currently running two DNS only servers inside of a cluster. All our cPanel machines send their updates to the primary who then sends those entries to the secondary. I've had this setup for quite a while to without issue
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