[Samba] Internal DNS logging

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed Nov 4 22:12:10 UTC 2015

Am 04.11.2015 um 23:03 schrieb John Gardeniers:
> Well that is not just an useless and unhelpful answer, it's also
> completely wrong and demonstrates a lack of knowledge and experience
> with DNS servers.

well, while beeing responsible for some hundret domains, wrote database 
backed DNS admin-backends maintaining internal and public zones from the 
same raw data 8 years ago i can live with the fact you think i lack 

> On 05/11/15 08:21, Reindl Harald wrote:
>> no DNS server on that planet logs normal queries just because there si
>> not enough disk space in most setups, there is not benefit log
>> anything except erros and warnings for normal operations
>> what is the problem you like to solve and if there is no problem why
>> do you want logging normal operations?
>> in other words: what do you try to solve except
>> https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/DNS
>> Am 04.11.2015 um 22:13 schrieb John Gardeniers:
>>> Nobody? Surely somebody knows where Samba 4 logs its DNS queries, or was
>>> this was a huge oversight and the internal DNS doesn't get logged at
>>> all, as appears to be suggested by my utter failure to locate such logs.
>>> On 28/10/15 14:28, John Gardeniers wrote:
>>>> We're using the Sernet Samba v4.2.4 with internal DNS and I can't find
>>>> the DNS logs. Where does the Samba 4 internal DNS log queries? Thanks

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