bind 9.4 and bind 9.5 works in BSD/OS 4.3.X
Found the answer and any early OS should adapt the following:
Check to see if you have an /etc/login.conf file
If so check for any parameter that has openfiles-cur
Set to 1024 or higher and that should get bind 9.4 + working .
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...Re: nsupdate strangeness v 9.2.3 vs. 9.3.x / 9.4.x
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> The setting behind:
> My DNS server runs server software isc-bind with version 9.4.x (the most
> recent version).
> My dial up host runs bind v 9.2.3 and the nsupdate program coming with it.
> When trying to use the 9.4.x (or 9.3.x) distribution and the nsupdate
> program coming with it, I am experiencing the following problem for quite a
> while now. When I try to update my zone entry
> nsupdate -d -k $KEY
> >server $SERVER
> >zone $ZON...Re: BIND 9.4.x and check-names
IDkuNy4zLCBmb3IgZXhhbXBsZS4NCkkgYW0gZGVhbGluZyB3aXRoIG...nsupdate strangeness v 9.2.3 vs. 9.3.x / 9.4.x
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The setting behind:
My DNS server runs server software isc-bind with version 9.4.x (the most
My dial up host runs bind v 9.2.3 and the nsupdate program coming with it.
When trying to use the 9.4.x (or 9.3.x) distribution and the nsupdate
program coming with it, I am experiencing the following problem for quite a
while now. When I try to update my zone entry
nsupdate -d -k $KEY
>update add @ $TTL2 A $IPADDR
I allways get the error message
client x...RE: Re: Migration from BIND 4.9 to 9.2 or Microsoft DNS
Sorry for the misunderstanding
I was not looking for support, I was just asking from people, who have
been in the same situation that I am in now
What influenced their decision to choose what ever they chose to go with
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: 11 October 2004 21:21
Subject: Re: Migration from BIND 4.9 to 9.2 or Microsoft DNS
Mokwena Motseto <MotsetM@sapo.co.za> wrote:
> We are currently running BIND 4...New Versions of BIND are available (9.9.4, 9.8.6, and 9.6-ESV-R10)
New versions of BIND are now available from http://www.isc.org/downloads
See the messages in bind-announce announcing BIND 9.9.4, 9.8.6,
and 9.6-ESV-R10 or read the release notes in the ISC Knowledge Base
for more info on the features, changes, and bug fixes included in the
...Re: bind 9.6.0-P1's nsupdate dumps core on NetBSD/i386 4.x
In message <email@example.com>, Ray Phillips writes:
> I've built bind 9.6.0-P1 on NetBSD/i386 machines (versions 3.1, 4.0,
> 4.0.1 and 5.0_RC2) and discovered that nsupdate dumps core on the 4.x
> The build process was just:
> % sh -c './configure --disable-threads > configure.log 2>&1'
> % sh -c 'make > make.log 2>&1'
> % su
> # sh -c 'make install > make-install.log 2>&1'
> I've also tried without --disable-thr...Re: bind 9.6.0-P1's nsupdate dumps core on NetBSD/i386 4.x #2
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ray Phillips writes:
> > You need to call gdb correctly.
> > gdb /usr/local/bin/nsupdate nsupdate.core
> Thanks Mark.
> Sorry, I (obviously) don't have much of a clue about using gdb.
Looks like you have hit this bug.
2547. [bug] openssl_link.c:mem_realloc() could reference an
out-of-range area of the source buffer. New public
function isc_mem_reallocate() was introduced to address
this bug...BIND 9.4.x and check-names
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I recently implemented a change in our DNS environment with the intention o=
f suppressing the log events related to AD-integrated zones, and their Non-=
RFC compliant nature.
In the global configuration I added the following statements:
check-names slave ignore;
check-names master ignore;
Flushed & reloaded.
However, I still see these entries appear in the logs. Could someone please=
chime ...Re: Bug... 4.x, 8.x ,9.x
At 12:52 AM 10/14/2004, Techie wrote:
>As it says in the readme1st.txt file in the zip distro of Bind 9.3, drop
>the bug rep's in here.
>Well here it goes.
>1) The installer provides an option to Start service after finishing
>install. Why? There are no config files done since they have to be built by
>hand so hy even provide the option. It seems redundant. INstead there
>should be a list on what files are required and what you need to add as
>basic values. Then it would be more Windows friendly.
When you are upgrading the version of BIN...BIND 9.7.2-P3, 9.6.2-P3, 9.6-ESV-R3 and 9.4-ESV-R4 are now available
We've published four releases that contain various security and bug fixes.
The detailed Security Advisories are located at:
Guidance as to recommended upgrades are available at:
BIND 9.7.2-P3 Release Note
BIND 9.6.2-P3 Release Note
BIND 9.6-ESV-R3 Release Note
http://ftp.isc.org/isc/bind9/9.6-ESV-R3/RELEASE-NOTES-BIND-9.6-...Re: Where is the log file of BIND 9.x.x located on Solaris10?
> Where is the log file of BIND 9.x.x located on Solaris10?
The default logging is done to syslog.
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...Re: Migration from BIND 4.9 to 9.2 or Microsoft DNS
email@example.com wrote on 10/11/2004 11:27:26 AM:
> Do you know of any problems I might encounter if I migrate to BIND ver 9
You should not have any problems. However, you should read all the docs
that come with BIND 9. If you start with the "README" file you will find
"If you are upgrading from BIND 8, please read the migration
notes in doc/misc/migration. If you are upgrading from
BIND 4, read doc/misc/migration-4to9."
I highly recommend going through all of the docs before m...Re: BIND 9.4.x empty zones
> I have been looking at the new "built-in empty zone" stuff in 9.4.x
> (specific experiments with 9.4.2rc1), partly with a view to getting
> our production 9.3.x setup in line so that the transition is not too
> traumatic. Comparing them with the "server information" (class CHAOS)
> "version.bind" zone and friends is also instructive.
You may want to look at the draft-ietf-dnsop-default-local-zones
drafts and discussions in the dnsop working group.
> Here is a summary of what I have found so far, with some questions
> arising....Re: Migration from BIND 4.9 to 9.2 or Microsoft DNS #2
Mokwena Motseto <MotsetM@sapo.co.za> wrote:
>> Do you know of any problems I might encounter if I migrate to Microsoft
>> DNS I don't what version it is, or if it has versions at all
> You won't get support from this forum :-)
Sorry to disappoint Peter, but there have been discussions of the
interaction between MS W2k (or W2k+3) DNS Server and BIND in the
on this list (and on its now-defunct sister list firstname.lastname@example.org).
Check the list archives. Discussions of BIND interoperability with
other DNS software is n...