The default database name is `mydns'.
To specify a different name, edit the `database' variable in your `mydns.conf'.
You can freely add columns to the `mydns' database. You can also modify the columns that MyDNS uses, as long as you don't change their names.
The table layouts described here are for the tables created on a MySQL
database. If you're using PostgreSQL, the fields are pretty much the same;
however, the field types are slightly different. You can run
mydns --create-tables to see the exact table structures.
3.1 The `soa' table Information about zones (
3.2 The `rr' table All other resource records. 3.3 Supported RR types The RR types supported and what their data should contain. 3.4 Optional columns Optional columns enabling extra functionality.