-On [20010804 04:30], Jun Kuriyama ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>Are there any reasons not to use "-u bind" flag for named by default?

Last time I discussed this with some people it was said that named will
have a fit if you change the interface's IP address.  It apparantly
cannot accomodate for this change in rebinding.

Going to a chrooted and non-root-running process is where I am going to,
but I will test this first before I will commit this.

And people, please remember that for now I am maintaining BIND, I will
never see your emails if I am not reading these lists [the signal to
noise ratio is so bad I hardly get around to weed through the STABLE and
CURRENT lists.  Thank god I do a fast subject check with `bind' to find
things like this.]

Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven/Asmodai asmodai@[wxs.nl|freebsd.org|xmach.org]
Documentation nutter/C-rated Coder, finger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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