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freeborn 23rd July 2006 19:05

DNS Offline after create new site
 
I'm very new to this, Please Help.

the problem happen after I create new site.
I found that DNS became Offline after new site creation.
When I try to start DNS, I got the following error msg.

named failed. The error was: Starting named:
Error in named configuration:
/etc/named.conf:3: change directory to '/var/named/chroot/var/named' failed: file not found

/etc/named.conf:3: parsing failed
[FAILED]


I also found that named.pid (mention in named.conf) was missing as well.
I sure that there was named.pid before I created new site.

Please give me suggestion.

Thank in advance.
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falko 24th July 2006 16:48

Which distribution do you use? Did you follow any of the "Perfect Setups" on HowtoForge to install it?

freeborn 24th July 2006 18:07

My distro is Fedora Core 4.
The installation is really smooth and everything seem to be OK.
I can add client and play around with it
but the problem happen when I add new site.
DNS become Offline after new site creation.

I've checked named.conf and found that
the content inside had been changed after new site creation.
I have to replace named.conf with the old one so I can start DNS again.


Thanks,
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till 24th July 2006 18:59

Did you follow any of the "Perfect Setups" on HowtoForge to install it?

falko 25th July 2006 14:19

Please have a look at the DNS part here: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_se...dora_core_4_p3

freeborn 25th July 2006 18:03

Problem has been solved.

Thanks again,

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