BIND and listening on interfaces

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Fri Aug 1 23:27:06 UTC 2014

Am 01.08.2014 um 18:06 schrieb Phil Mayers:
> Binding separate sockets per IP is IMO just as reliable, and is well tested. If you 
> weren't so opposed to "rndc", you could just call "rndc reconfig" in whatever
> network system/dispatch tool you have after IPs - or wait for bind 9.10.

it's not a matter of "rndc" or not
it's a matter of parallelism boot and start services before network at all

> This is a non-issue IMO

depends on the environment

Am 01.08.2014 um 18:13 schrieb Sam Wilson:
> Works fine on single-homed hosts, can break on multi-homed hosts

yes, and that's why listen-on {;}; on a single-homed host
could do that, named start at any point in time, not need to
care about changing interfaces and without behave as now

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