new user question about upgrading to 9.2.1
Brian.O'Gorman at noaa.gov
Sat Jun 8 22:42:03 UTC 2002
But don't I have to change the startup files first, i.e. rc,
My named.conf is OK by way of named-checkconf.
Torsten Mueller wrote:
> Brian O'Gorman schrieb:
> > I am running on a Sun Microsystems UNIX Solaris 2.8, and have the
> > following result from the in.named -v command
> > in.named BIND 8.2.2-P5 Fri Dec 21 05:14:00 PST 2001
> > Generic Patch-5.8-December 2001
> > I have successfully gunzip and tar the bind-9.2.1.tar.gz
> > ./configure --prefix=PREFIX
> > make
> > make test
> > I think I'm ready to to do the make install.
> > Now my question is, to do the make install, should I worry or be
> > concerned about the BIND 8.2.2 running when I try to do it? Should I
> > kill -9 `cat /var/named/named.pid` before doing the make install?
> If you configured i.e. with --prefix=/usr/local/bind-9.2.1
> all your bind stuff is in /usr/local/bind-9.2.1
> You can make install !
> Before firing up your new bind, you should stop your old bind,
> as the new bind tries to bind to port 53 (which isn't possible if
> the old bind runs)
> Of course you should modify named.conf first, create the rndc stuff,
> etc ...
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