chroot - help

saravanan ganapathy sarav_gsa at
Fri Jan 7 05:06:56 UTC 2005

--- Bill Larson <bind9 at> wrote:

> On Jan 5, 2005, at 11:21 PM, saravanan ganapathy
> wrote:
> >   If I want to write querylog in
> /var/log/querylog, I
> > have to give this in named.conf.Assume my chroot
> path
> > is /opt/named.So that it writes on
> > /opt/named/var/log/querylog.
> >
> > But I want to have log files on /var/named (not
> > /opt/dns/var/named). How to do it?

> Personally, I would never suggest using syslog for
> query logging.  This 
> type of logging is bad enough on the system that you
> shouldn't want to 
> add the additional overhead of using syslog too.  Do
> query logging to a 
> file and only running query logging when necessary
> to troubleshoot a 
> specific problem.  Don't run query logging with
> "named" by default.

I have configured the query logging to a file and in
the 'named' by default. Because, I need to generate
some reports of query logging periodically.


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