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CPanel/Redhat 6.2

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Curious Too, Jul 12, 2002.

  1. Curious Too

    Curious Too Well-Known Member

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    I have a server with CPanel and Redhat 6.2 -- the latest version of Bind that's installed is 8.2.3. During the CPanel update it's reported that Bind is up to date -- does this mean that later versions of Bind are not compatible with CPanel and Redhat 6.2? Is it safe to manually update Bind?
     
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    bind 8.2.3 is perfectly secure for RH 6.2

    No worries there.
    bind 9 usually is tailored to RH 7+ systems.
     
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    [quote:05461f0a03][i:05461f0a03]Originally posted by feanor[/i:05461f0a03]


    bind 8.2.3 is perfectly secure for RH 6.2

    No worries there.
    bind 9 usually is tailored to RH 7+ systems.

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    The problem is my primary is running Bind 9 -- when the other servers add new accounts named is automatically reloaded (I had to alter the wwwacct script to use rndc instead of ndc) -- when the machine running bind 8.2.3 adds new accounts it tries to use &ndc& to reload the nameserver, which won't work. A minor inconvenience I know, but I would like the nameserver to reload automatically when new accounts are added on the Redhat 6.2 server.
     
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    ln -s /usr/sbin/rndc /usr/sbin/ndc
     
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