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Please help, my named is failed

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tinhnho, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. tinhnho

    tinhnho Active Member

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    Hi everyone,

    my named is failed now and trying to do this

    up2date -u bind-libs

    it gives me this:

    what eles should i do to now? thanks

    i am using WHM 10.8.0
     
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    The answer is given to you in the error message. You need to install the key.
     
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    Possibilities to fail named

    Try to restart named via ssh then look at your /var/log/messages file to determine
    what the problem is. Sometimes its a zone that has bad records in it or it could be
    that named is simply hosed. The log file will tell you alot of information so I suggest
    you to start there.

    Could be other thing. A bad named.conf, a bad key, a misconfigured or corrupt
    named.conf file or even a bad named.conf entry that was added or modified.


    :)
     
  4. tinhnho

    tinhnho Active Member

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    thanks, i did that

    and now i run
    root@server [~]# up2date -u bind-libs
    There was some sort of I/O error: <urlopen error (-3, 'Temporary failure in name resolution')>

    does anyone know how to fix that ? thanks
     
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    tinhnho Active Member

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    thanks for suggestion

    here what i did
     
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    Check resolve.conf

    Tempory failure in name resolution... your DNS is messed up
    Please check resolved.conf file for more information ...

    cat /etc/resolv.conf

    :)
     
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    >> Try "yum update bind-libs", if it throws an error,

    >> download the bind-libs package from the exact repository to your local system and upload to your server.

    >> After that try upgrading bind-libs --> rpm -Uvh bind-libs.x.x.rpm or rpm -Uvh bind-libs.x.x.rpm --force
     
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