DNS records explained.
DNS records set specific rules in a DNS zone. They are entirely made of text, which makes them very light. Zone files are the place where the various types of DNS records are stored.
Every time when a user makes a request, the DNS servers are searching for a particular DNS record type. As a result, there are many different records for the various kinds of requests that could be made. So, let’s make things a little bit more precise and explain some of the most fundamental DNS records.