RHEL, Centos, Fedora rpm vs ISC bind versions
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Thu Jul 12 18:39:10 UTC 2012
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Le 12/07/2012 20:12, Carl Byington a écrit :
> For each major RHEL release, Redhat starts with some version of
> ISC bind, and then backports patches into it from more recent
> versions. This leads to an RPM containing about 50 patches. The
> advantage of this approach is that customers with existing
> /etc/named.conf configuration won't be broken by unexpected
> upgrades to a newer version.
> But some people want the features in the newest stable version,
> and others are installing a new machine with no pre-existing
> named.conf that might be broken.
> I started with the .spec file from EL6, removed all but two
> patches, and now have a 9.9.1-P1 source rpm that will build on EL4,
> EL5, EL6.
> There are NO patches to the .c code, so the line numbers in any
> traceback will match the line numbers in the 9.9.1-P1 tarball from
> EL4: rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'dist .el4' \
> EL5: rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'dist .el5' \
> EL6: rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'dist .el6' \
PREREQUISITES rhel namely the config in /etc/ and documents in
/var/named. this respect it is ?
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