[CentOS] Automated YUM update kills DNS
admin at homemachine.net
Thu Jun 23 02:35:05 UTC 2005
remove pkg caching-nameserver then restore named.conf.rpmsave, restart bind
Jeff Lasman wrote:
> We've got several CentOS 3.x systems running DNS that we keep updated
> automatically via YUM.
> Recently two of those systems (not all of them) when updating themselves
> to the latest versions of BIND, automatically replaced /etc/named.conf
> with a new one and saved the old one as /etc/named.conf.rpmsave.
> Which of course broke DNS for those servers.
> All servers got updated, but only two of them did the rewrite.
> Any ideas as to why it might have happed, or how to make sure it doesn't
> happen again?
> Hopefully nothing so simplistic as "exclude bind from auto updates"
> though if that's the only answer, we'll take it.
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