budway

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mega023 said:
does anybody knows how to fix that stuff?
There look true this thread carefully there is solution if up2date -u fails try up2date -uf
(f = force) on the package you are installing.


But you should get help with your DC our cpanel because they are the right person (our your managed company/person) and can fix for you.
 

shopcentar

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if you run RHE3, try with this link to update your bind utils.
here is solution from user eth0 & elleryjh.

Here is instructions:

login to your SSH
Code:
wget [url]http://216.127.74.88/files/bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm[/url]
#and run

Code:
rpm -i bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm
OR
Code:
rpm -U bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm
[/QUOTE]

good luck!

SC

elleryjh said:
For me " up2date -u bind-libs " did not work, but eth0's file (thanks, rpmws) worked. Only this newer version of bind-libs worked for me.

http://216.127.74.88/files/bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm

Code:
rpm -i bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm
OR
Code:
rpm -U bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386.rpm
 
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adapter

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Hi

after the latest update to the new bind-libs today the named stop again on 2 server where we had update the bind version but this time i have restart only the named and it work again, anyone with the same problem?
 

claudio

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for me named.conf was not loading or reloading customers dns zones

they arent even declared there

i run /scripts/fixndc

i use centos3.4

then i went into /etc and did a pico in named.conf

there was no customer zone in there as i said

i mv named.conf to named.conf.bak

and edit named.conf.fixndc
there was customers dns zones

so i renamed cp named.con.fixndc named.conf

and in the whm i restarted bind

after this customers dns zones were loaded

kind regards and good luck
 

claudio

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Hi Jonathan

by the way congratulations for your firewall/daemon, i didnt have the opportunity of trying it but maybe in a near future in a fresh newer server

well in fact in my case i did the mysql 4.0 upgrade to 4.1 old password style

after the upgrade i tried to run easyapache and it didint work due to the release version of my cpanel i think...

as you said in another mysql thread is not always easy to do this upgrade and no rollback chances

so i needed to do an /scripts/upcp

but i use --force maybe this caused the caching-nameserver rpm to be updated

not only bind was broken after the upcp but also chkservd, cron.d (files were chmoded and i need to correct its chmod to 640 to work back again), exim_deny with clamav (this server is using eximscan...) well 4 hours to seems ok again

that's how it is, to upgrade or to not upgrade that's the question...

kind regards

Claudio
 
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naveen3

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if up2date is not installed , running do this

yum update -u bind-libs

this helped me.
-Naveen
 

edelorme

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Yeah, just had this happen on a CentOS box.

yum upgrade bind-libs

This corrected the issues without changing resolvers.
 

thehostinghut

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techark

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Change your primary resolver IP to something different, another servers IP if you have onw will work then run yum update, after it runs change the resolver back to the correct IP.

Had to do that on 22 machines out of 100 so far.
 

thehostinghut

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Here is what the cPanel folks told me:

The following command should fix your issue:
[email protected] [/usr/local/cpanel]# up2date -u bind-libs There was some sort of I/O error: <urlopen error (-2, 'Name or service not known')>

Nevertheless it seems that your package manager up2date is misconfigured since is not operational, please have your DataCenter repair up2date. Once functional you should be able to enter the command provided and restart named without any issues.

Please let me know if we can further assist you.


No my question is can I do this myself if so how?

Thanks,

Tracy
 

cbwass

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The following worked for me on CentOS 3.7 i686:
In WHM, Software run 'Rebuild RPM Database' then in 'Install a RPM' choose 'Bind-libs (reinstall)'.
 

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upsforum

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This is my problem:



[email protected] [/usr/share/doc]# up2date -u bind-libs

Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: centos-3-base...

Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: centos-3-addons...

Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: centos-3-updates...

Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: centos-3-extras...

Fetching rpm headers...
########################################

Name Version Rel
----------------------------------------------------------
bind-libs 9.2.4 14_EL3 i386


Testing package set / solving RPM inter-dependencies...
########################################
bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3.i386 ########################## Done.
warning: rpmts_HdrFromFdno: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 025e513b
The package bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3 is signed, but with an unknown GPG key. Aborting...
Package bind-libs-9.2.4-14_EL3 has a unknown GPG signature.
Aborting...

Thank you
Alessio
 

IbnKuldun

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Server down...

And I'm getting the following problem when using up2date

PHP:
up2date -u bind-libs
There was some sort of I/O error: <urlopen error (-3, 'Temporary failure in name resolution')>
My resolv.conf is pointing to both my own IPs which I was using as DNS, looks like this

PHP:
search mydomain.com
nameserver x.x.x.x
nameserver x.x.x.x
Any help appreciated
 
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