Compiling and testing on Fedora

Lightner, Jeff JLightner at
Thu Jun 21 14:21:04 UTC 2012

Turning off SELinux also requires a reboot after changing mode.

From: at [ at] On Behalf Of Shawn Bakhtiar
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2012 1:19 AM
To: bind-users at
Subject: RE: Compiling and testing on Fedora

Did you turn OFF SELinux?

prompt>setenforce 0

Then run the test,
> From: Dan.Luther at<mailto:Dan.Luther at>
> To: bind-users at<mailto:bind-users at>
> Subject: Compiling and testing on Fedora
> Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2012 23:33:08 +0000
> Hi all,
> I've had a major problem with using Fedora Core (10 through 15), when compiling and running "make test":
> A:System test acl
> I:Couldn't start server ns2 (pid=17344)
> S:allow_query:Wed Jun 20 23:21:47 GMT 2012
> T:allow_query:1:A
> A:System test allow_query
> I:Couldn't start server ns2 (pid=17368)
> S:addzone:Wed Jun 20 23:22:01 GMT 2012
> T:addzone:1:A
> A:System test addzone
> I:Couldn't start server ns2 (pid=17393)
> S:autosign:Wed Jun 20 23:22:15 GMT 2012
> T:autosign:1:A
> A:System test autosign
> I:generating keys and preparing zones
> I:Couldn't start server ns1 (pid=17734)
> S:builtin:Wed Jun 20 23:22:35 GMT 2012
> T:builtin:1:A
> A:System test builtin
> I:Couldn't start server ns1 (pid=17755)
> S:cacheclean:Wed Jun 20 23:22:49 GMT 2012
> T:cacheclean:1:A
> A:System test cacheclean
> I:Couldn't start server ns1 (pid=17776)
> I'm running the "bin/tests/system/ up" script, and see the "lo:1" through "lo:7" interfaces come up. I don't have this problem on any of my Solaris systems, just the Fedora servers. I do have several lo: interfaces already defined, and they cannot be removed
> Has anyone seen such an issue, and if so, how did you fix it?
> Dan Luther
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> Systems Operation Engineering
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