qmailindia at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 3 15:55:33 UTC 2003
but i cant use openBSD or FreeBSD , i am good with
redhat and i cant take that descion too , i mean its
not in my hand , so kindly now let me know
which version should i install on redhat Linux
--- phn at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu wrote:
> Nilesh Naik <qmailindia at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi All=20
> > pls suggest me which version of bind is most
> > and reliable , i needs to install it on the redhat
> > linux system , right now i am running bind 9.1.0
> > slave and bind 8.2.3-REL on master servers, and
> > facing hell lot of problems with it , so i need
> > version of bindwhich is tested on redhat system
> > know to be stable and reliable=20
> The most stable combination seems to be FreeBSD and
> bind 9.2.1=20=20
> OpenBSD is ok too. Redhat ? could be if you maek a
> installation and remove all "linuxconf" stuff.
> FreeBSD has a "pretested" "port" of bind-9.2.1,
> by simply :
> cd /usr/ports/net/bind9 ; make
> OpenBSD has simular features. Both are free as
> > regards
> > Prashant=20=20
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