Bind Configuration in fedora core 6
Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie
Thu Mar 1 10:17:27 UTC 2007
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On 1 Mar 2007, at 10:02, zaman L wrote:
> After that I edited /etc/resolv.conf
You might want to avoid doing that, if your box has any "normal"
work to do; that is, other than being the platform for your
> and restarted the named service.
> There is no error.
What do your logs show?
Can you see a process on your box running 'named'?
What have you done to ensure your startup script actually runs
your chroot-ed configuration, rather than something else?
> But when I try to resolve iqnetns.example.com
> using dig or host command , name resolution is not taking place.
Which server is dig looking to?
What are you asking it to resolve?
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