[CentOS] DNS resolve.conf not working

Johnny Hughes mailing-lists at hughesjr.com
Tue Sep 5 11:28:13 UTC 2006


On Tue, 2006-09-05 at 00:45 -0400, Benjamin Karhan wrote:
> A little birdy told me that Ed Morrison said:
> 
> ] After upgrading to 4.4 my server(s) will not resolve using the servers listed
> ] in resolve.conf.  This is not true of a server running a DNS Cache server.  I
> ] can do a netstat -e and show a connection to the DNS servers but it will not
> ] resolve any domain names (please see below).  Any thoughts?
> 
> my DNS servers all survived the upgrade fine...
>   with one caveat...
>   the file "/etc/rndc.conf" got updated without any ".rpmnew"
>   preservation taking place...
> as such, for servers to correctly reload their maps and other
>   such tasks via "rndc" i needed to update that file to re-include the 
>   correct information for the key...
> 
> just figured it deserved a mention...
> 
> B. Karhan
> simon at pop.psu.edu
> PRI/SSRI Unix Administrator

Benjiman,

%verify(not size,not md5) %config(noreplace) %attr(0640,root,named) /etc/rndc.conf
%verify(not size,not md5) %config(noreplace) %attr(0640,root,named) /etc/rndc.key

(those lines in the bind SPEC file should have only replaced files that
are not changed for rndc.conf and rndc.key)

Do you maybe have the caching-nameserver RPM installed on an active DNS
box that is used for zone control?

Thanks,
Johnny Hughes
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