> where did bind9 go ?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Djamu, May 20, 2011.

  1. Djamu

    Djamu New Member > where did bind9 go ? EDIT: FIXED

    Edit: ignore / delete this post... have it fixed already

    After updating php to v5.3 I noticed numerous errors when (trying) opening ispconfig.
    I ran and kept the default answers assuming it should be ok..
    noticed > Configuring MyDNS
    and don't seem to have a a functioning DNS server.. ( had bind9 installed )

    server is running over a year now (was debian lenny > partially upgraded to squeeze > didn't do a full upgrade yet as it's a production server.)

    I don't have a personal preference bind9 / mydns as long as it's functional.

    ispconfig was 3.0.1 ( or even lower ).... long time ago....

    thanks in advance
    Last edited: May 20, 2011
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Seems as if Bind is not installed on your server in a way that ispconfig was able to detect it. How did you install BIND and which Linux Distribution do you use?
  3. Djamu

    Djamu New Member

    Thanks Till for your prompt reply.

    As stated I've had it fixed already.
    ( it's a heavily customized Debian lenny setup, partially upgraded to squeeze )

    I didn't have time yet to look at / find the ispconfig install logs to see what went wrong.. just re-installed bind and replaced all related stuff from my backup ... and it's now happily humming again ...

    Still have to solve some weird mail issues, as it seems that it rejects mails from [email protected] on my primary domain.
    do not list domain xxxxxxxxxxx in BOTH mydestination and 
    I found that the updatescript changed this in my postfix main.cfg, which is incorrect

  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Seems as if the hostname of your server is invorrect then. Please set the hostname to a correct domain that is identical to the domain used in postfix Please be aware that the hostname shall not be identical to a domain that is ued for email, so use something like server1.yourdomain.tld as hostname and not just ourdomain.tld

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