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BIND auto restart,and make system down!

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by tshin, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. tshin

    tshin Active Member

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    my system:
    RHEL AS3
    WHM 9.9.9
    BIND 9.2.1

    i have found below by looking for /var/log/messages

    My BIND often auto restart itself.
    i dont know why.
    and after some restart,my system downed,ping,ssh,not response..

    why it restart automatic?
    can i change it?

    thanks and waiting for your help!!!
     
  2. tshin

    tshin Active Member

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    anyone help me?
     
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    haze Well-Known Member

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    Can you give us more details ? What was the message in /var/log/messages when it went down ? How have you come to the conclusion bind is to blame ?
     
  4. tshin

    tshin Active Member

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    thank you!

    before down,always below:

    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10162]: shutting down
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10162]: stopping command channel on 127.0.0.1#953
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10162]: no longer listening on 127.0.0.1#53
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10162]: no longer listening on xx.xx.xx.xx#53
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10162]: exiting
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named: named shutdown succeeded
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: starting BIND 9.2.1
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: using 4 CPUs
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: loading configuration from '/etc/named.conf'
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: no IPv6 interfaces found
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: listening on IPv4 interface lo, 127.0.0.1#53
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: listening on IPv4 interface eth1, xx.xx.xx.xx#53
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: command channel listening on 127.0.0.1#953
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xx.com/IN: loaded serial 200502020
    1
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxx.com/IN: loaded serial 2005013101
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxx.info/IN: loaded serial 200501310
    1
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxxx.info/IN: loaded serial 2005020101
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone localhost.localdomain/IN: loaded serial
    2005012901
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxxxx.net/IN: loaded serial 2005
    020301
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: running
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxxxx.com/IN: sending notifies (serial
    2005013101)
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxx.info/IN: sending notifies (seria
    l 2005013101)
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxx.info/IN: sending notifies (serial
    2005020101)
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxx.com/IN: sending notifies (seria
    l 2005020201)
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named[10228]: zone xxxxx.net/IN: sending notifies (
    serial 2005020301)
    Feb 4 13:48:48 host named: named startup succeeded
     
  5. tshin

    tshin Active Member

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    So it means restarting?
     
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    someone help me please
     
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