Hosts w/ multiple IPs have multiple A records created (v3.3.3)

After deploying a host with multiple IPs, I have issues resolving the fqdn because there are multiple DNS A records that point to ALL the IPs.

To fix, I restart the snap, that restarts bind, but it is annoying.

Thank you

Hi @zmance

Could you please open a bug on launchpad with the exact steps to reproduce it?

Thanks, appreciate it!

Hi @r00ta I have no problem opening a bug, but I’m not really doing anything special. It happens at random when deploying.

I can confirm this also happens in v3.4~rc2.
I will open a bug.

Thanks! Appreciate it!

May I kindly ask you to try also with 3.2? We did some changes on DNS in 3.3, so it would help us to understand if we have a regression in 3.3 and 3.4.

Sadly this is a production environment, and I don’t have a test env.
However, I do not recall seeing the issue when running 3.2

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FYI the bug is now reported as Bug #2046255 “For every interface MAAS is adding an A record for...” : Bugs : MAAS

@zmance we fixed the bug and backported it to 3.4. In case you want to give it a try you can use 3.4/edge.

In case you find any other issue please don’t hesitate to let us know