[Centos] bind and 3.4

Wed Jan 12 13:51:52 UTC 2005
Lance Davis <lance at uklinux.net>

On Wed, 12 Jan 2005, Johnny Hughes wrote:

> > This is an upstream issue ... AND ... according to redhat, you shouldn't
> > have caching-nameserver installed on a DNS server that is anything other
> > than a caching-nameserver :).  It is indeed the caching-nameserver package
> > that is causing the issue.
> >
> As further clarification, I point exactly to the post:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=143558#c9
> I think you should put the new caching-nameserver back into the U4
> directories ... this will happen anytime redhat issues an update to
> caching-nameserver and is exactly by design.
> If you have DNS zones, remove caching-nameserver from that box...it is not
> a caching-nameserver any longer

Well I am also going by a post from parsley to the tao mailing list :-


I dont think it is right for it to kill a working nameserver on an update, 
whether or not people have it installed by mistake - ie if it is already 
installed and the config files have been changd and the thing is running, 
they should not be removed and the thing stopped - IMHO


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