Re: bind9-chroot (was: questions on ITP)
On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, Ethan Benson wrote:
> the only real options for 2.2 are:
> 1: rsync /etc/bind to $chroot/etc/bind in the initscript on start.
> 2: violate policy and move the config files out of /etc
> option 1 sucks since you have to fully restart bind to make changes to
> your configs instead of merly sending a SIGHUP (or is that even
Bollocks. If you change an arbitrary file in /etc/bind on a setup without
a chroot, you'll have to let bind know, too. Whether you change this file
through rsync or through dpkg makes no difference.
Of course, this assumes that the initscript, run with (force-)reload
as its option will also rsync those files. But that's not really an issue,
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