Just for note. Bind random crash several times a day after update to 9.13.5
Feb 7 09:56:24 csrdg named: starting BIND 9.13.5 (Development Release) <id:1fbf52c>
Feb 7 09:56:24 csrdg named: running on FreeBSD amd64 11.2-RELEASE-p9 FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p9 #0: Tue Feb 5...
My server using dns/bind912 provide domain name resolve service (Domain name: epopen.com, DNS server: dns.epopen.com)
Nearly new feature(package) added, it update DNS zone TXT record via TCP( dns.query.tcp() @ python) .
But it won't work.
Bind listen TCP port confirmed by sockstat...
Got a split-horizon DNS going with 3 zones. The other 2 are working flawlessly. However the new zone I just added will not be found.
root@gateway:/usr/local/etc/namedb # uname -a
FreeBSD gateway 10.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE #0 r297264: Fri Mar 25 02:10:02 UTC 2016...
I built a custom kernel with TCP_FASTOPEN for Bind and am wondering why freebsd-update fetch is showing kernel updates for Generic.
Here are my steps for custom kernel:
cp GENERIC TCPOPEN
mv TCPOPEN /root/kernels/TCPOPEN
ln -s /root/kernels/TCPOPEN
Hi, im a noob in caching and i have question about how to use bind to respond to nginx cache, how do i configure a bind to listen to nginx, i have seen some examples of bind configs but i cant figure out how to work.
Recently I updated my server FreeBSD server to 10.3 release. I have a few jails at that server and one of them with DNS. I used to work with Bind and expected to install a fresh one to the jail, in case that Bind isn't part of the base system since 10.0 release. When I check my jail I...
root@gateway:/usr/local/etc/namedb # cat named.conf
// All file and path names are relative to the chroot directory,
// if any, and should be fully qualified.
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I have been running some WordPress sites on a FreeBSD VPS off and on for a couple years. To do this I have just installed the basics: MySQL, PHP, WordPress, NGINX, etc. WordPress and FreeBSD have worked so well together after that, that I've...