tengel at fluid.com
Wed Mar 8 17:09:41 UTC 2006
Great! I personally think it's a problem in the upstream RPM, I've had
this problem happen forever. I just recently replaced a slave DNS server
with CentOS4/ia32 (from an old solaris7/sparc box) and had the exact
same problem. Took using strace to finally figure out. :-/
Benjamin J. Weiss wrote:
> Thanks! That was one issue. Turns out that the other was that I hadn't
> copied over my rootservers.cache file. Instead of just generating a new
> one, it would fail.
> Thanks so much!
> Troy Engel wrote:
>> Most common reason: bad ownership on /var/named*; run a "chown -R
>> named.named /var/named" and it'll probably fix you right up.
>> Benjamin J. Weiss wrote:
>>> Wonderful. So now I'm getting a "rndc: connect failed: connection
>>> refused" error, my named configuration files are obviously not
>>> compatible, and I have about one freaking hour to figure out the
>>> differences and get three domains up and running.
>>> Anybody have a job opening? *sigh*
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