Compiling BIND9 on CentOS 7
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Wed Apr 27 15:34:57 UTC 2016
Thank you for your response. Basically what I am trying to do is migrate
the BIND server from a Centos 5.11 machine to a CentOS 7.2 machine. The
BIND on CentOS 5.11 was compiled manually by source and its named.conf file
looks very different than what CentOS/Red Hat provides in the RPM package
named.conf file. Any tips on how I should go about migrating successfully
from the 5.11 machine to the 7.2 machine?
As for the named.service unit file that Reindl provided, will I need to
call upon any RNDC services? I saw that in the named.service file that
comes with the RPM/YUM package contains a call to some RNDC service which
calls up some generate-rndc-key.sh script.. I am not too sure of what the
names of the files are.
Thanks for all of your help!
On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 3:52 PM, Carl Byington <carl at byington.org> wrote:
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> On Mon, 2016-04-25 at 13:54 -0400, Sean Son wrote:
> > Reindl
> > Thank you for your response. Let me see if what you provided will
> > work
> > with what I am trying to do.
> If you are compiling any source code for rpm based distributions like
> RedHat, you really want to look at the rpm packaging. RedHat has an rpm
> spec file for their older bind on RHEL7/Centos7. I modified that for the
> latest bind.
> That builds the latest version of Bind from ISC, in a manner compatible
> with stock bind installs from the Centos7 distribution. The files are
> installed into the same locations.
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