Can't find named_dump.db
d.imbrogino at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 14:07:09 UTC 2012
Finally I solved it!
The problem was in the write permission of /etc, while in /var/cache/bind
it works perfectly!
Thank you for the assistance!
2012/12/5 Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar at fantomas.sk>
> On 03.12.12 21:32, Daniele Imbrogino wrote:
>> I edited the working directory to /etc/bind because this is the directory
>> where I have all the zone data files.
>> If I use the default /var/cache/bind do I have to move also the zone data
> no, you will just have to provide full path in zones' filename statements
> (or, at least, create an alias)?
> you can make symlinks from /vat/cache/bind pointing to /etc/bind if you
> I'm saying this because even if the default configuration has
>> /var/cache/bind as default working directory, all the files are in
>> /etc/bind by default.
> it's done this way just to have dumps and core files in /var/cache/bind
> where named usually can write, instead of /etc where it usually can't (and
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