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Re: SGI O2: Clock problem and Bind9 problem after upgrading to Lenny

* Rainer M. Canavan wrote:
> Marc Franquesa <marc.franquesa@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi.
> [...]
>> The most serious problem I have is that bind9 doesn't start.
>> During bootup when Debian start the services, bind9 hangs (no error,
>> no message, anything, it just hangs). ¿Is there any method to skip a
>> service while booting up?.
> I just edited the start script to fork start-stop-daemon to get
> around this temporarily. The proper method would obviously be to 
> remove  the symlink in /etc/rc?.d/
> [...]
>> Bind9 is important for my setup ¿Any ideas/sugessions? I have search
>> in debian-bugs but I haven't found anything similar.
> I had the same Problem with lenny/mipsle on my cobalt qube. Strace
> shows that bind forks, but never reads any configuration files. One
> or both of the process hang in a futex() call if I remember correctly.
> I've downgraded to bind9 9.3.4-2etch4 from etch for now.

I'll probably have to do the same.
How would I do that?

The lenny upgrade hosed bind9 on my raq2.  To add insult to injury the
lenny kernel will only stay up for about 15 min.  I had to go back to
running the etchnhalf kernel.

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