named 8.2.4-REL using 99% of CPU?
robert at chalmers.com.au
Wed Feb 13 07:38:33 UTC 2002
Go to 9.2
It compiles and installes easy.
I'm running 4.4 and apart from a resources problem caused by shoutcast, it
This is my config setup. (seems to be native to FreeBSD
../configure --prefix=/usr \
I don't think 9.2 is in the ports tree yet..... but it compiles no worries.
goes straight into place, and has a checkconfig script as well.
"Will Yardley" <n at veggiechinese.net> wrote in message
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> In article <a4d2ce$8st at pub3.rc.vix.com>, David Kutcher wrote:
> > I'm running named 8.2.4-REL on a FreeBSD 4.4 system.
> > The problem goes as follows:
> > Some times it'll shoot up to 99% utilization of my systems CPU's for
> > about 5 mintues, then go back down and run at around 1% CPU or less.
> well not to be unhelpful, but have you tried upgrading? this is an old
> version, and you should probably install either 8.3.1 or 9.2.0.
> it's possible that bind and / or your machine have been compromised.
> i thought a later version came with 4.4 - did you have
> NO_BIND= true
> in /etc/make.conf?
> it may be a pain to remove all the old binaries if you install from
> source in /usr/local/*.
> hopefully someone can give a more helpful answer.
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