[CentOS] Bind update overwrites named.conf

Tru Huynh tru at centos.org
Wed Jul 9 16:02:33 UTC 2008


On Wed, Jul 09, 2008 at 08:42:12AM -0700, Chris Miller wrote:
>
> I just had a customer's bind server lose all of it's local DNS records. 
> Yum updated the bind packages this morning at ~6am, and replaced the 
> original /etc/named.conf file, saving the old as named.conf.rpmsave. This 
> seems like the opposite of what it should have done (i.e. save the new 
> file as named.conf.rpmnew).
If you have the caching-nameserver package, it's the expected behaviour:

/etc/named.conf is "owned" and labelled as "config file" for caching-nameserver.

The regular bind/bind-chroot don't provide named.conf.
You should not install the caching-nameserver package if you are
indeed providing DNS services with bind...

Tru
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