Recent Problem with BIND 9 under Windows XP
vincepoy at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 01:04:52 UTC 2007
On 7/3/07, Clenna Lumina <savagebeaste at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Vincent Poy wrote:
> > On 6/29/07, Danny Mayer <mayer at ntp.isc.org> wrote:
> >> Vincent Poy wrote:
> >>> On 6/28/07, Vinny Abello <vinny at tellurian.com> wrote:
> >>>> Grab a utility like filemon to see what named.exe is trying to do
> >>>> when you start
> >>>> the service. That may give you a big hint.
> >>>> http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/FileAndDisk/Filemon.mspx
> >>> I've loaded Process Monitor and this is the log but I couldn't see
> >>> where named went wrong.
> >>> http://d.turboupload.com/d/1904539/Logfile.PML.html
> >> I can't read this URL in any reasonable way that I can get to it.
> >> Please put it somewhere else which doesn't require you to click
> >> through a lot of garbage.
> > Strange. When you click on the link, in 30 seconds or less, there is
> > a download file link and then it asks you to enter a code and click on
> > the download page and the next page shows the actual URL to download
> > the file when you click on it:
> > http://s9.turboupload.com/f/1904539/1183216857/5b453507c5b2b912d831a5379f883405/Logfile.PML
> > The file has already been downloaded 4 times.
> This link takes you to the same wait-30-sec page as the first link you
> gave. Either way, it's an absolutely absurd way to download a file. It
> similar to the infernal wait-in-line thing the likes of FilePlanet
> started, and to me it's been almost as bad as spam for the internet.
> They both have no place and you'll find many people who detest them
The thing is that either I can attach it but that's not a good idea
either. And then I can host it only for so long since my DSL
connection is here at home and I'm currently in a eviction lawsuit so
if the connection gets disconnected, no one will ever see the file.
turboupload used to be good and without all that garbage until Danny
mentioned it since it sure has changed. I would use yousendit except
it doesn't keep files more than 14 days.
> > In any case, try this:
> > http://bigbang.DNALOGIC.NET/~vince/Logfile.PML
> Thank you. This is how donwloading from HTTP is _supposed_ to work.
I know unless I can find somewhere that has free hosting.
> I'll be taking a look at those logs soon and will let you know if I can
> find anything. I'm sure others will be looking too.
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