On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 04:21:27PM +1000, Tony Green wrote:
> * This one time, at band camp, vijaya said:
> > hi all,
> > i ahve redhat 7.1 and the named is unable to shutdown
> > Any suggestions regarding this
> > but starting the named is successful
Are you sure it actually starts? But that's beside the point
really. (You can check with "ps ax | grep named | grep -v grep"
> > After loading the configuration from /etc/named.conf this is the next
> > message in /var/log/messages
> > named:master.c:1172:unexpected error:
> > named:dns_master_load:named.ca:1:no TTL specified. THIS ZNE WILL NO
> > LONGER WORK IN FUTURE VERSIONS.Add a TTL.
This happens when you try to use old zone files from bind 8.2.x
with bind 9. bind 9 requires a "$TTL blah" at the top of the
zone files (or it will in future. That's what it's complaining
> > named :dns_master_load:named.ca:1:unknown RR type 'This'
> > named:zone configuration for '.' failed:unknown class/type
This looks like you have a comment or something in your zone
file, but it's not "commented out."
Assuming you've just got a caching nameserver installed (i.e.
you aren't the primary/secondary nameserver for any domains) the
easiest would be to remove the zone files and the config files
and reinstall bind (and caching-nameserver.)
What probably happened is that your zone files (or your
named.root (or whatever you called it)) got corrupted, and when
you upgraded to bind9, the config wasn't overwritten because it
> > named loading configuration:failure
> > named:exiting (due to fatal error)
> > named:named shutdown failed
> > But i am able to connect to the net and and dns is working
> > fine
> > Could anyone tell me what all these messages infer in detail
> > Waiting for ur reply
> Check what resolver you are using (look in /etc/resolv.conf).
> I'd wager that its not 127.0.0.1 (or the machines IP address)
> which means that you are not using the bind instance (which
> isn't running on that machine) as your resolver.
> As for the rest of the problem.... you are using redhat and
> posting to a debian list...
That too. This is not the place to ask RedHat specific
questions, although, with a little bit of work, this could be
made a generic Linux/bind9 question that could apply to debian
or any other distribution.
> I suspect a problem with the zone file, looks like you are
> using an old format or have errors in it.
Hope that helps.
- From: vijaya <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: named
- From: Tony Green <email@example.com>