Problem with multiple interfaces
Rainer.Ginsberg at de.bosch.com
Mon Nov 22 08:36:12 UTC 1999
Rainer Ginsberg (Rainer.Ginsberg at de.bosch.com) wrote in
>But when starting named, I get the following messages.
>named: bind(dfd=22, [192.168.1.1].53): Invalid argument
Jim Reid and Mark Andrews both pointed out, that this is an
OS specific issue.
My OS returns Invalid argument, or EINVAL, when
EINVAL namelen is not the size of a valid
address for the specified address fam-
EINVAL The socket is already bound to an
It seems that the socket is already bound to an address. Even
after stopping named, netstat reports that port 53 on address
192.168.1.1 is listening. But lsof doesn't report any process
listening. Does someone know of another/better way to find out
the interfering process?
Regards and many thanks,
Robert Bosch GmbH
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