On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 12:22:06PM +1000, jonathan michaels wrote:
[...]
> named now reports hourly
> 
> Jul 15 06:55:10 hid named[617]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission 
> denied
> Jul 15 06:55:10 hid named[617]: creating IPv4 interface tun0 failed; 
> interface ignored
> Jul 15 07:55:10 hid named[617]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission 
> denied
> Jul 15 07:55:10 hid named[617]: creating IPv4 interface tun0 failed; 
> interface ignored
> Jul 15 08:55:10 hid named[617]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission 
> denied
> Jul 15 08:55:10 hid named[617]: creating IPv4 interface tun0 failed; 
> interface ignored
> Jul 15 09:55:10 hid named[617]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission 
> denied
> Jul 15 09:55:10 hid named[617]: creating IPv4 interface tun0 failed; 
> interface ignored
[...]

http://www.isc.org/sw/bind/arm95/Bv9ARM.ch06.html#id2576660
Check interface-interval:

    The server will scan the network interface list every
interface-interval minutes. The default is 60 minutes. The maximum value
is 28 days (40320 minutes). If set to 0, interface scanning will only
occur when the configuration file is loaded. After the scan, the server
will begin listening for queries on any newly discovered interfaces
(provided they are allowed by the listen-on configuration), and will
stop listening on interfaces that have gone away. 


If you don't need bind to listen on tun0, just set interface interval to
0.


HTH,
Yuri
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