Bind9 logging options

Techi techi at
Tue May 18 09:04:27 UTC 2010

No! Log files are indicating any issue! The only indication I have about the 
problem, is the lack if queries in the log files. No timeouts, no failures. I 
even tried to query a fake domain. The result was a normal record (with A+). 
I did not find any error! 
So, how on earth do I log them?

On Tue 18 of May 2010 10:58:53 Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> On 17.05.10 13:38, Techi wrote:
> > I have a problem in my recursive DNS servers (Bind 9, on RHEL 5).
> > Intalled package on my system is the latest bind-9.3.6-4.P1.el5_4.2 from
> > Red Hat. My problem is that sometimes, queries are failed with timeouts
> > and that the one of my 2 DNS servers (the one set as primaryin my users)
> > has 3 time more failed queries than the secondary, while the succesful
> > queries are almost the same. . I am almost sure that the problem is
> > network related (hardware or software), but I need a proof for that. Is
> > there any way to log the timed-out queries in a log file?
> and there is nothing in the bind log files?

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