Errcode: 9: Bad file descriptor
mayer at gis.net
Sat Feb 16 00:35:02 UTC 2002
At 07:18 AM 2/15/02, phn at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu wrote:
>Stanley Liu <stanley.liu at toyota.com.au> wrote:
> > BIND 8.3.1 on NT 4.0 in private network.
> > The following error messages have been logged in our DNS log every
> couple of minutes. It seems to me the slave nameserver tried to do a zone
> transfer of tmca.com.au and never got completed and therefore it is
> re-trying every other minute. I am the master (primary):
> > 03-Feb-2002 01:48:03.000 zone transfer (AXFR) of "tmca.com.au" (IN) to
> > 03-Feb-2002 01:48:03.000 stream_getlen([192.168.39.62].2586): Errcode:
> 9: Bad file descriptor
> > The slave nameserver is a WinNT DNS. I have at least three other slave
> DNS have the same problem. I have checked Google but similar questions
> (3) were never answered fully (ie. no definite solution was
> recommended). Hope I'll have better luck than the others.
>You might have better luck running BIND on a "native" platform.
>All the un*x alternatives runs BIND better, and many of them has a lot
>cheaper licensing costs too ( not to speak about "cost of ownership")
>The above error seems to be a resource shortage in the OS itself. Thus my
>suggestion to switch to a more programmable OS.
This is not true. It's an indication of a bug in the program, probably NT
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