Intermittent sendmail/dns??? problem

Michael Kjorling michael at
Sat Feb 9 13:25:20 UTC 2002

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Sorry, I should have looked a bit more closely at your original post.
The SOA serial number is lower on the master than on the slaves, so
the zone won't transfer. Either bump the serial, delete the zone file
from the slaves, or reset the serial.

You will want to update the NS records or the delegation so that they
match, too.

Michael Kjörling

On Feb 9 2002 14:19 +0100, Michael Kjorling wrote:

> Well - a quick run of doc shows a lot of potential problems. See
> below.
> Are you having connectivity problems between the master and the
> slaves?
> Michael Kjörling

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