[CentOS] Solved - Re: After BIND update owner changed and restart failed

Robert Moskowitz rgm at htt-consult.com
Mon Jan 12 16:52:20 UTC 2009


Ralph Angenendt wrote:
> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>   
>> Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>>     
>>> And therein hangs my snafu.  named.acl only had 600 for permissions so 
>>> when the group was changed to root by the update, the named process 
>>> could no longer access the file even with the owner being named.  Go 
>>> figure.  So I just need to fix my permissions to 644 and I will be OK 
>>> for the next update....
>>>       
>> As said (and see below): No script in one of the bind packages changes
>> ownership and/or modes on any of the files in there.
>>     
>
> Okay, as has been pointed out: /usr/sbin/bind-chroot-admin does all
> this. You could report that as a bug upstream, but I doubt it will get
> fixed. My fault, I didn't see that.

I figure the best is to learn what it is doing and make sure you have 
permissions and the like so that most of the time an update does not 
kill you....




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