Atomia DNS

Updates

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Updating the Atomia DNS Master server.

Overview

Updates are done by installing the latest version of the installed packages.

Any change in the dependencies will be handled appropriately by the installation package, upgrading or installing them as needed.

If the database schema has changed, the schema on the Atomia DNS Master server will be automatically updated. If you have chosen to have the database on a separate server, you will have to update the atomiadns-database package on that server as well. All schema changes are noted in the release notes for the new version.

Updates on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

To install an update, complete the following steps:

  1. Update all packages:
  2. apt-get update
    
  3. Note the version number of the package currently installed.
  4. Install updates using:
  5. apt-get install atomiadns-masterserver
    
  6. If you for some reason want to rollback to the previous version, then run:
  7. apt-get install atomiadns-masterserver=version-number-noted
    

Where do I get updates?

Updates are distributed using the Atomia APT repository. If not done, then add the Atomia APT Repository to the server using:

wget -q -O - http://public.apt.atomia.com/setup.sh.shtml | sed s/%distcode/`lsb_release -c | awk '{ print $2 }'`/g | sh

Updates on Redhat Enterprise Liux

To install an update, complete the following steps:

  1. Clean the cache so that you are sure that you get the latest:
  2. yum clean expire-cache --disablerepo "*" --enablerepo atomia
    
  3. Upgrade the package:
  4. yum install atomiadns-masterserver
    

Where do I get updates?

Updates are distributed using the Atomia RPM repository.

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