This document is about PowerDNS 4.X. If you have PowerDNS 3.X, please see the PowerDNS 3.X documentation

OpenDBX Backend

Native Yes
Master Yes
Slave Yes
Superslave Yes
Autoserial Yes
DNSSEC No
Module name opendbx
Launch name opendbx

The OpenDBX backend allows the authoritative server to connect to any backend supported by OpenDBX.

This document contains a subset of the full documentation supplied by the author Norbert Sendetzky . This module is fully supported (and tested) by PowerDNS.

The OpenDBX backend has a mechanism to connect different database servers for read and write actions.

The domains table for the opendbx backend has a "status" column, when set to "A", the domain is considered active and is actually served.

Settings

opendbx-backend

Name of the backend used to connect to the database server. Currently mysql, pgsql, sqlite, sqlite3 and sybase are available. Default=mysql.

opendbx-host-read

One or more host names or IP addresses of the database servers. These hosts will be used for retrieving the records via SELECT queries. Default=127.0.0.1

opendbx-host-write

One or more host names or IP addresses of the database servers. These hosts will be used for INSERT/UPDATE statements (mostly used by zonetransfers). Default=127.0.0.1

opendbx-port

TCP/IP port number where the database server is listening to. Most databases will use their default port if you leave this empty.

opendbx-database

The database name where all domain and record entries are stored. Default=powerdns

opendbx-username

Name of the user send to the DBMS for authentication. Default=powerdns.

opendbx-password

Clear text password for authentication in combination with the username.

Queries

As with the Generic SQL backends, queries are configurable. Note: If you change one of the SELECT statements must not change the order of the retrieved columns! To get the default queries, run pdns_server --no-config --launch=opendbx --config. The following queries are configurable:

Database schemas and information

Mysql

The file below also contains trigger definitions which are necessary for auto serial support, but they are only available in MySQL 5 and later. If you are still using MySQL 4.x and don't want to utilize the automatically generated zone serials, you can safely remove the "CREATE TRIGGER" statements from the file before creating the database tables.

SET SESSION sql_mode='ANSI';

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "last_check" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'A',
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
) type=InnoDB;

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON UPDATE CASCADE
    ON DELETE CASCADE
) type=InnoDB;

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT ''
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";

DELIMITER :

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
AFTER INSERT ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;:

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
AFTER UPDATE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;:

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
AFTER DELETE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = OLD."domain_id";
END;:

DELIMITER ;

PostgreSQL

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" SERIAL NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "last_check" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'A',
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" SERIAL NOT NULL,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON UPDATE CASCADE
    ON DELETE CASCADE
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT ''
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains_id_seq" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records_id_seq" TO "powerdns";

CREATE RULE "pdns_rule_records_insert"
AS ON INSERT TO "records" DO
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1 WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";

CREATE RULE "pdns_rule_records_update"
AS ON UPDATE TO "records" DO
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1 WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";

CREATE RULE "pdns_rule_records_delete"
AS ON DELETE TO "records" DO
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1 WHERE "id" = OLD."domain_id";

SQLite and SQLite3

Supported without changes since OpenDBX 1.0.0 but requires to set opendbx-host to the path of the SQLite file (including the trailing slash or backslash, depending on your operating system) and opendbx-database to the name of the file.

opendbx-host-read = /path/to/file/
opendbx-host-write = /path/to/file/
opendbx-database = powerdns.sqlite

SQLite Schema

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "last_check" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'A',
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON UPDATE CASCADE
    ON DELETE CASCADE
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT ''
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
AFTER INSERT ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
AFTER UPDATE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
AFTER DELETE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = OLD."domain_id";
END;

SQLite3 Schema

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
    "last_check" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'A',
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON UPDATE CASCADE
    ON DELETE CASCADE
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL DEFAULT ''
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
AFTER INSERT ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
AFTER UPDATE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
AFTER DELETE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = OLD."domain_id";
END;

Firebird/Interbase

Requires opendbx-database set to the path of the database file and doesn't support the default statement for starting transactions. Please add the following lines to your pdns.conf:

opendbx-database = /var/lib/firebird2/data/powerdns.gdb
opendbx-sql-transactbegin = SET TRANSACTION

When creating the database please make sure that you call the isql tool with the parameter -page 4096. Otherwise, you will get an error (key size exceeds implementation restriction for index "pdns_unq_domains_name") when creating the tables.

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "last_check" INTEGER,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
    "status" CHAR(1) DEFAULT 'A' NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE GENERATOR "pdns_gen_domains_id";

SET TERM !!;
CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_domains_id" FOR "domains"
ACTIVE BEFORE INSERT AS
BEGIN
    IF (NEW."id" IS NULL) THEN
    NEW."id" = GEN_ID("pdns_gen_domains_id",1);
END !!
SET TERM ;!!

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER DEFAULT NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON UPDATE CASCADE
    ON DELETE CASCADE
);

CREATE GENERATOR "pdns_gen_records_id";

SET TERM !!;
CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_id" FOR "records"
ACTIVE BEFORE INSERT AS
BEGIN
    IF (NEW."id" IS NULL) THEN
    NEW."id" = GEN_ID("pdns_gen_records_id",1);
END !!
SET TERM ;!!

CREATE INDEX "idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";

SET TERM !!;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert" FOR "records"
ACTIVE AFTER INSERT AS
BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = NEW."domain_id";
END !!

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update" FOR "records"
ACTIVE AFTER UPDATE AS
BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = NEW."domain_id";
END !!

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete" FOR "records"
ACTIVE AFTER DELETE AS
BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" d SET d."auto_serial" = d."auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE d."id" = OLD."domain_id";
END !!

SET TERM ;!!

Microsoft SQL Server

Supported using the FreeTDS library. It uses a different scheme for host configuration (requires the name of the host section in the configuration file of the dblib client library) and doesn't support the default statement for starting transactions. Please add the following lines to your pdns.conf:

opendbx-host-read = MSSQL2k
opendbx-host-write = MSSQL2k
opendbx-sql-transactbegin = BEGIN TRANSACTION

SET quoted_identifier ON;


CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL IDENTITY,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "last_check" INTEGER NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) DEFAULT 'A' NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL IDENTITY,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "change_date" INTEGER NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smip_smns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
ON "records" FOR INSERT AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT i."domain_id" FROM "inserted" i GROUP BY i."domain_id"
    );

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
ON "records" FOR UPDATE AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT i."domain_id" FROM "inserted" i GROUP BY i."domain_id"
    );

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
ON "records" FOR DELETE AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT d."domain_id" FROM "deleted" d GROUP BY d."domain_id"
    );

Sybase ASE

Supported using the native Sybase ctlib or the FreeTDS library. It uses a different scheme for host configuration (requires the name of the host section in the configuration file of the ctlib client library) and doesn't support the default statement for starting transactions. Please add the following lines to your pdns.conf:

opendbx-host-read = SYBASE
opendbx-host-write = SYBASE
opendbx-sql-transactbegin = BEGIN TRANSACTION

SET quoted_identifier ON;

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL IDENTITY,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
    "last_check" INTEGER NULL,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER NULL,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) DEFAULT 'A' NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL IDENTITY,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "change_date" INTEGER NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smip_smns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
ON "records" FOR INSERT AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT i."domain_id" FROM "inserted" i GROUP BY i."domain_id"
    );

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
ON "records" FOR UPDATE AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT i."domain_id" FROM "inserted" i GROUP BY i."domain_id"
    );

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
ON "records" FOR DELETE AS
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = ANY (
        SELECT d."domain_id" FROM "deleted" d GROUP BY d."domain_id"
    );

Oracle

Uses a different syntax for transactions and requires the following additional line in your pdns.conf:

opendbx-sql-transactbegin = SET TRANSACTION NAME 'AXFR'

CREATE TABLE "domains" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "master" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '',
    "account" VARCHAR(40) DEFAULT '',
    "last_check" INTEGER,
    "notified_serial" INTEGER,
    "auto_serial" INTEGER DEFAULT 0,
    "status" CHAR(1) DEFAULT 'A',
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_domains_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_unq_domains_name"
    UNIQUE ("name")
);

CREATE SEQUENCE "pdns_seq_domains_id" START WITH 1 INCREMENT BY 1;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_domains_id"
BEFORE INSERT ON "domains"
FOR EACH ROW
BEGIN
    SELECT "pdns_seq_domains_id".nextval INTO :NEW."id" FROM dual;
END;

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_domains_status_type" ON "domains" ("status","type");

CREATE TABLE "records" (
    "id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "domain_id" INTEGER NOT NULL,
    "name" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "type" VARCHAR(6) NOT NULL,
    "ttl" INTEGER NULL,
    "prio" INTEGER NULL,
    "content" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "change_date" INTEGER NULL,
CONSTRAINT "pdns_pk_records_id"
    PRIMARY KEY ("id"),
CONSTRAINT "pdns_fk_records_domainid"
    FOREIGN KEY ("domain_id")
    REFERENCES "domains" ("id")
    ON DELETE CASCADE
);

CREATE SEQUENCE "pdns_seq_records_id" START WITH 1 INCREMENT BY 1;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_id"
BEFORE INSERT ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW
BEGIN
    SELECT "pdns_seq_records_id".nextval INTO :NEW."id" FROM dual;
END;

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_name_type" ON "records" ("name","type");
CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_records_type" ON "records" ("type");

CREATE TABLE "supermasters" (
    "ip" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
    "nameserver" VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    "account" VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL
);

CREATE INDEX "pdns_idx_smaster_ip_ns" ON "supermasters" ("ip","nameserver");

GRANT SELECT ON "supermasters" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "domains" TO "powerdns";
GRANT ALL ON "records" TO "powerdns";

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_insert"
AFTER INSERT ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = :NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_update"
AFTER UPDATE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = :NEW."domain_id";
END;

CREATE TRIGGER "pdns_trig_records_delete"
AFTER DELETE ON "records"
FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
    UPDATE "domains" SET "auto_serial" = "auto_serial" + 1
    WHERE "id" = :OLD."domain_id";
END;