I am using PowerDNS with the PostgreSQL backend on three different servers, in native mode, all replication is done at the PostgreSQL backend. No server is set as master,
pdns.conf is almost in default settings.
When I create a new zone using the PowerDNS API on the first server, I can see the zone and records in all three databases. And when using
dig SOA example.com @SERVER.IP I receive a response from all servers, but with different SOA serials:
The first server which is the “primary” server and configured as such in the SOA record, has the SOA record
2020081503, the two others
When making changes to the zone, the serial is increasing, but the offset of 2 stays the same.
All servers are configured the same, except that the first one has the API and web server enabled in
pdns.conf, and that it is mentioned in the SOA record.
Any idea where the offset comes from and how it can be synced?
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