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Re: [SLUG] 'named' problems (dns)
- To: Jared Pritchard <jared@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] 'named' problems (dns)
- From: David Gillies <daveg@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 13:53:51 +1000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
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Jared Pritchard wrote:
I assume just by running it...?
When I do it reports nothing. =)
I'm not confident/experienced enough to make 'major' changes like
updating named, because this server is very critical to our livelihood.
I can't risk taking it offline. =(
on my server, named logs all its output to /var/log/messages
If you run 'grep named /var/log/messages', what does it come back with?
Any other thoughts as to why it just suddenly started doing this without
any apparent reason, or anything I can do to fix it?
Also, I can't manage to figure out how to find its distribution.
It's not in /etc/issue, and wasn't installed as a package (ie. rpm
doesn't list it)
try running rpm -q bind. What does it come back with? The dns server
package under Redhat linux is called bind.
It must be some sort of configuration error because it still does it
after a reboot (mind you, I haven't tried a cold boot) - but we made
If a warm reboot doesn't work, then a cold boot isn't going to do
anything for you under linux unless it was specifically a hardware issue.