named.boot vs named.conf

named.boot vs named.conf

Post by pnat » Wed, 05 May 1999 04:00:00



Yuk

Synopsis: Named.conf vs named.boot

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Whomever sent this can go and use Windows.

 
 
 

named.boot vs named.conf

Post by Jeremy Nels » Wed, 05 May 1999 04:00:00



>Yuk

>Synopsis: Named.conf vs named.boot

>State-Changed-From-To: open->closed
>State-Changed-By: des
>State-Changed-When: Tue May 4 11:16:03 PDT 1999
>State-Changed-Why:
>Whomever sent this can go and use Windows.

Well, maybe if you had actually bothered to submit a civil pr, it would
not have been summarily dismissed.

Go buy the bind book, third edition.  It covers the transition in
excruciating detail.

-jfn
--

Four
Lines
Suffice.

 
 
 

named.boot vs named.conf

Post by John C. Pla » Fri, 07 May 1999 04:00:00





>>Yuk
> Well, maybe if you had actually bothered to submit a civil pr, it would
> not have been summarily dismissed.
> Go buy the bind book, third edition.  It covers the transition in
> excruciating detail.

I converted mine over with no problem (no book needed) though my DNS
setup is probably MUCH more simpler than most. Truth be told I like the new
format better.

Just my Opnion

John

John C. Place
Systems Specialist
CTC Distribution Direct - York, PA

 
 
 

1. named.boot -> named.conf

Hello,

I am trying to create named.conf from named.boot by running
the script /etc/named.d/named-bootconf.sh.

We were using SCO 3.2v4.2 but upgraded to SCO 3.2v5.0.5

5.0.5 uses BIND 8.x, and we were required to convert named.boot
to named.conf by using the conversion script described above.

The file named.conf is created, but it appears empty, except for
the comments.

Does anyone know why?

We were using named.boot under BIND 4.x.
To use BIND 8.x, our named.boot file must be converted to named.conf.

Regards,

Robert Annandale

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