Re: policy violation and bug reports.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Mark> you have to specify one path for all of them, so really the
> Mark> users' authoritative zone files have to go in /var, and although
> Mark> we could put symlinks in for named.local and named.rev-local, do
> Mark> we want to when none of the zone files will be like that?
> I'm not sure I understood the last sentence, but yes, I think
> we need to put any user modified files in /etc/named, and symlink
> back to /var/named if needed.
Maybe this is what you intend anyway, but it would be cleanest, IMO,
to symlink directories. I already put my primary zone files
(following an example somewhere in the documentation) in
/var/named/pz/*, so you could link /var/named/pz to /etc/named/pz for
example. Similarly for /var/named/local to /etc/named/local which
contains files like "fwd" and "rev" for named.local and
Carey Evans http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/
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