Subject: Re: BIND for secondary zone dumps core.
To: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 07/08/2001 16:07:46
[ On Sunday, July 8, 2001 at 12:16:46 (-0700), Greywolf wrote: ]
> Subject: BIND for secondary zone dumps core.
> I'm trying to act as a secondary DNS server for a friend of mine, but I
> am running into difficulties in that every single time I try to even
> initiate a transfer, my named dumps core.
Does some datagram always arrive just before every core dump too?
datagram from [188.8.131.52].53, fd 4, len 203
Segmentation fault - core dumped
> I am enclosing my zone file, with addresses (hey, if I'm a trusting
> fool, I figure I'm in good company), just because I really really need
> the help on this. I am also enclosing the output from the run.
If this is all public DNS info then it's all public info anyway! ;-)
> What's going wrong here, and why is it dumping core? I'll be glad to
> add someone else as an allow-transfer and allow-query on my side so
> that you can be a test secondary and see if it dumps core for you as well.
Have you compiled named with '-g' and run 'gdb' to find out where it's
dumping core yet?
make COPTS='-g -O2 -pipe' install
gdb /usr/sbin/named named.core
Greg A. Woods
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