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Very strange error with bind and mysql (How to reinstall)

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by NetX, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. NetX

    NetX Well-Known Member

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    For any reason mySQL failed on my server, I tries the symlink, and nothing, after I made a Graceful Server Reboot, and now all is worst.

    My server didn't come back, I had to contact my ISP.
    When the server was alive again, mysql and bind are failing.

    I tried /scrips/fixndc, and nothing... I tried reinstall bind from "Install an RPM" option, but I get this message:

    Select packages to install Error 404 while fetching url http://updates.cpanel.net//pub/rpminstall/redhat-7.3/updates.db


    and the list is empty!!

    I really do not know what more to do.

    I will aprreciate any help.

    My server has:

    WHM 8.5.4 cPanel 8.5.4-R7
    RedHat 7.3 - WHM X v2.1.1


    Thank you
     
  2. B12Org

    B12Org Well-Known Member

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    Try this:

    del named.conf
    cp named.conf.killeddns named.conf
    /scripts/restartsrv bind
    /scripts/rebuildnamedconf > /etc/named.conf
    /scripts/restartsrv bind
    /scripts/fixndc
    /scripts/fixndc

    if that does not work, then try checking to see if your init file is corrupted or broken.
     
  3. NetX

    NetX Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your useful help. Unfortunately it did not work, how can I check and reapair the init file?
     
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    its located in /etc/sysconfig whats yours say?
     
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