kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Tue Oct 2 21:25:59 UTC 2001
John Anderson wrote:
> I'm getting this message in my logs, and I'm not sure what it means:
> localhost named: sysquery: sendto([220.127.116.11].53): Network is
Named is just reporting what it gets from the lower levels of the
networking code. Looks like you have a connectivity problem of some sort.
> (Also, the IP address changes, I've seen 18.104.22.168 and
Those are addresses of a couple of the Internet root nameservers. You're
apparently having problems talking to them.
> I'm running Bind 8.2.2 on RedHat Linux 6.2.
You should upgrade immediately. That version of BIND has horrible security
> I've also seen some intermittent downtime on the zones I host on that
> server, named is still running, but maybe one of my domain names is
> unaccessible, or maybe mail.domain.com is not available, yet
> www.domain.com is.
> I haven't been able to pin down a message in the logs that correlate
> with these mysterious outages, so I'm not sure what I can tell you about
These problems may be indirectly related to your connectivity problem. I'd
attack that one first.
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