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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
Can you add multiple domains to a nameserver without creating a new IP address? I have one IP address on my machine and have configured forward and reverse zone files. Names are resolving fine.
I know I can add another domain to the named.conf file and create new forward and reverse files. what... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: LinuxGirl
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I need to do bind of exiting filesystem to new storage allocated
mount --bind /prod/OpenCSS /var/lib/test
echo "/prod/OpenCSS /var/lib/pgsql bind bind 0 0" >> /etc/fstab
will this command just work ? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: anil529
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Version: Oracle Linux 6.6
I am trying to set up DNS for forward and reverse lookups. I am new to BIND package.
I have installed the following packages. bind (includes DNS server, named)
bind-utils (utilities for querying DNS servers about host information)
bind-libs (libraries... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: kraljic
4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
When you get the message can't bind to ip already in use.
is there a command to search to see everything that is using that IP?
I've already check the host and hostname files (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: mchelle_99
5. Red Hat
Internet query not working anymore with bind , i am not using forwarder dns server .
resolv.conf file =>
named.conf file =>
// Provided by Red Hat bind package to configure the ISC BIND named(8) DNS... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: rink
When I use the ldapadd command I get this error.
ldap_simple_bind: Conidentiality required
ldap_simple_bind: additional info: confidentiality required
I was able to use this command and the ldapsearch command yesterday just fine. I think I may have made a change to a file, but I don't... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: bitlord
My environmnet : solaris 10 u 7 sparc
To configure DNS bind use Ldap as zone record database, I use bind 9.7.0 and sun directory 5.2
I do follow http://imil.net/docs/Configuring_DNS_zones_with_LDAP.txt
and stuck at make install
Error from bind log "database: error: unsupported database... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: tien86
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have a question about dns file zone.
Every zone file begins like:
@ 86400 IN SOA ns1.website.com. email@example.com. (
It means that name server ns1 is responsible for this zone.
At the ending I can add the records like
mysite.com IN A 220.127.116.11
So it will... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: mirusnet
I am attempting to set up bind on an AIX 5.3 machine. I ahve created a named.conf, db.cache (for root domain and hint file) and a db.domainname file for the host entries. However, when I set my pc to use the AIX box as it's dns server, I can not resolve names. Is there anything obvious maybe I... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: zuessh
10. IP Networking
Hello. I am havig problems with this program. It is a server supposed to get 2 integers from client, calculate a sum and send result back to client. I am getting a bind() error when attempting to execute it. Any help appreciated
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Discussion started by: Virtuosso
named-xfer(8) System Manager's Manual named-xfer(8)
named-xfer - pull BIND/Hesiod zones from another server
/usr/etc/named-xfer -z zone_to_transfer -f db_file -s serial_no [ -d debug_level ] [ -l debug_log_file ] [ -t trace_file ] [ -p port ] [ -n
] [ -a auth_type.auth_ver ] servers...
The transfer daemon, is a server that is usually run by the daemon, but it can also be run manually with the given arguments. The transfer
daemon runs on a BIND/Hesiod secondary server and pulls BIND/Hesiod zones from a primary server. This daemon is not run by default, nor
can it be started up from
This option is required to pull a zone. The zone_to_transfer argument specifies the name of the BIND/Hesiod zone that
the daemon will transfer, for example, dec.com.
-f db_file This option is required to pull a zone. The db_file argument specifies the name of the file into which the pulled zone
information is placed.
-s serial_no This option is required to pull a zone. The serial_no argument should be set to the current serial number of the SOA
record for the zone zone_to_transfer. If serial_no is set to 0, the zone is always pulled.
-d debug_level The debug_level argument sets the debug level and determines the amount of debug information to be displayed.
-l debug_log_file The debug_log_file argument specifies the file that will contain any debug messages from the zone pull.
-t trace_file The trace_file argument specifies the file that will contain a trace from the zone pull.
-p port The port argument specifies the port that will be used instead of the default nameserver port listed in
-n This option must be used when the daemon is running in the network safe mode. It indicates that the zone pull must be
This option must be used if the daemon is running in the network safe mode. The auth_type argument indicates what type
of authentication to use and the auth_ver argument indicates what version of the authentication type to use. Currently,
the auth_type must be "kerberos" and the auth_ver must be "one".
servers... The servers argument is a list of Internet addresses from which to pull a zone. If the first host cannot be ddreached,
the transfer daemon will try to pull the zone from the next host listed.
services(5), named(8), kerberos(8krb)
Guide to the BIND/Hesiod Service
Guide to Kerberos