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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users DNS not resolving Post 302073533 by Mr Pink on Monday 15th of May 2006 11:12:40 AM
Old 05-15-2006
When I boot the machine up in the boot up process it appears it cant get a IP address it says:

"unable to get my IP address: gethos" Theres quite a bit more but if you need that aswell I shall have to copy it

Any help is appreciated im running out of ideas!
 
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ipa-dns-install(1)						 IPA Manual Pages						ipa-dns-install(1)

NAME
ipa-dns-install - Add DNS as a service to an IPA server SYNOPSIS
ipa-dns-install [OPTION]... DESCRIPTION
Adds DNS as an IPA-managed service. This requires that the IPA server is already installed and configured. OPTIONS
-p DM_PASSWORD, --ds-password=DM_PASSWORD The password to be used by the Directory Server for the Directory Manager user -d, --debug Enable debug logging when more verbose output is needed --ip-address=IP_ADDRESS The IP address of the IPA server. If not provided then this is determined based on the hostname of the server. --forwarder=FORWARDER A forwarder is a DNS server where queries for a specific non-resolvable address can be directed. To define multiple forwarders use multiple instances of --forwarder --no-forwarders Do not add any DNS forwarders, send non-resolvable addresses to the DNS root servers. --reverse-zone=REVERSE_ZONE The reverse DNS zone to use --no-reverse Do not create new reverse DNS zone. If used on a replica and a reverse DNS zone already exists for the subnet, it will be used. --zonemgr The e-mail address of the DNS zone manager. Defaults to hostmaster@DOMAIN -U, --unattended An unattended installation that will never prompt for user input EXIT STATUS
0 if the installation was successful 1 if an error occurred IPA
Jun 28, 2012 ipa-dns-install(1)

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