Re: How do I identify if bind9 is using 4 cores?

2021-06-17 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
-- > Thanks and Regards, > Manish R > You may be able to ask with rndc : # # /usr/local/sbin/rndc -s 127.0.0.1 \ > -k /etc/opt/isc/named/rndc.key \ > -p 953 status 2>&1 | grep 'threads' worker threads: 1 # -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spo

Re: where are the testing docs ?

2021-05-10 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/10/21 01:55, @lbutlr wrote: > On 06 May 2021, at 09:57, Dennis Clarke via bind-users > wrote: >> I do NOT trust a build result where I had to go hacking into all the >> Makefiles just to get it to build. You install without doing testing? > > That's a very strang

Re: where are the testing docs ?

2021-05-08 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/8/21 14:13, Evan Hunt wrote: > On Thu, May 06, 2021 at 11:57:58AM -0400, Dennis Clarke via bind-users wrote: >> I do NOT trust a build result where I had to go hacking into all the >> Makefiles just to get it to build. You install without doing testing? > > I think Ondr

Re: took a while to figure out why all your tests fail

2021-05-07 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/7/21 16:00, Ondřej Surý wrote: > No, the tests run fine on BSDs, there are no gnuisms. > > Solaris just isn’t on our supported platform list Oh thats right .. you guys dropped it. Still a whack of legacy boxes out there running but I guess not ISC Bind in the very very very near future

how to run tests separately

2021-05-07 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
How can I run those tests as separate items manually ? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe from this list ISC f

Re: took a while to figure out why all your tests fail

2021-05-07 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/6/21 19:03, Mark Andrews wrote: > First of all the user running the tests needs to be able to write to > bin/tests/system. See the permission denied from tee. > Well I gave up and decided to run the tests with the same userid and gid as the acct that created the build. However I see a

Re: took a while to figure out why all your tests fail

2021-05-07 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/6/21 19:03, Mark Andrews wrote: > First of all the user running the tests needs to be able to write to > bin/tests/system. See the permission denied from tee. > I tried that and a pile of *other* things fail : dude@nix$ ifconfig -a lo0:6: flags=2001000849 mtu 8232 index 1 inet

took a while to figure out why all your tests fail

2021-05-06 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
s5.10_sparcv9.005/bin/tests/system *** Error code 1 The following command caused the error: make -f parallel.mk check make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `test' airgap$ So then, is there a non-node.js and python way to test this build? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX

Re: where are the testing docs ?

2021-05-06 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/6/21 11:24, Ondřej Surý wrote: > FTR the test suite is meant to be used by developers. There’s little value to > use it for validating the production systems. > > Generally speaking, having the dependencies and test interfaces (`sudo > bin/tests/system/ifconfig.sh up`) and running `make

Re: where are the testing docs ?

2021-05-06 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
On 5/6/21 10:50, Tony Finch wrote: > Dennis Clarke via bind-users wrote: >> >> Hey there. I looked in the README and I dont see an INSTALL file at all >> so I have to assume that the testing docs exist somewhere. > > Have a look at > > https://gitlab.isc.org/i

where are the testing docs ?

2021-05-05 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
of interfaces needed and I can not do that on any large production hardware easily. So anyways ... where are the testing docs ? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https

Re: Slightly baffled about Undefined symbols that are in OpenSSL

2021-05-05 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
ompile completes. I will dig a bit and see where things went wrong after 9.11.26. -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsub

Slightly baffled about Undefined symbols that are in OpenSSL

2021-05-05 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
ppl -unroll=1 -xvector=no -mt -oo isc-hmac-fixup-symtbl.o -ir /var/tmp/dclarke/acomp.1620217682.10303.01.ir /usr/ccs/bin/mcs -c isc-hmac-fixup-symtbl.o alpha $ OKee and that looks like it worked. I did go back and rebuild 9.11.26 with no issue. However this same strange bizarre pile of undefined

Re: Debian/Ubuntu: Why was the service renamed from bind9 to named?

2020-07-20 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
> And for what it's worth, not all systems moved away from "named" to > "bind9". I've been running FreeBSD for decades, and I can't remember > ever calling the service "bind9". No one ever calls named anything other than named. In a sane world. --

Re: AW: Debian/Ubuntu: Why was the service renamed from bind9 to named?

2020-07-18 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
> So as an experienced person who has been doing this you-nuxs thing since > 1982 - I DON'T see it different - and in fact, I see it as a RETURN to > what it originally was! Exactly ! Hear hear ! Well said. -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken

Re: Debian/Ubuntu: Why was the service renamed from bind9 to named?

2020-04-15 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
aris but we all need to move forwards. -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe from this list bind-users mai

Re: 9.15.8: task.h includes uninstalled netmgr.h

2020-02-19 Thread Dennis Clarke via bind-users
ne doing Python scripts in the code base it funny but easily worked around. Otherwise ISC Bind "just works"(tm) and so I am curious what version you have there ? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and s

--without-python does not work for 9.11.13

2019-12-01 Thread Dennis Clarke
python in the door? Has anyone tested this "--without-python" option ? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to u

Re: what is this python stuff in 9.11.7 ??

2019-05-30 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 5/30/19 6:05 PM, Anand Buddhdev wrote: On 30/05/2019 23:45, Dennis Clarke wrote: Hi Dennis, Some of the utilities in newer version of BIND, such as dnssec-keymgr, are written in python. This utility is very useful if you're going to sign zones using BIND. If you don't want or need

what is this python stuff in 9.11.7 ??

2019-05-30 Thread Dennis Clarke
/__init__.cpython-37.pyc ./lib/python3.7/site-packages/isc/__pycache__/keymgr.cpython-37.pyc Is any of this stuff needed? Is this somehow operational stuff for a production named daemon ? Is this documented anywhere? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard

Re: A little baffled by bind 9.14.2 wanting some special python?

2019-05-29 Thread Dennis Clarke
/isc-projects/bind9/merge_requests/1964 Apologies about the confusion. Thanks but won't matter much anyways. Time to shutdown all the Solaris systems and move to FreeBSD or similar. Sadly there is nothing that can run on these Fujitsu sparc boxes I have. Nothing that I know of. -- Dennis Clarke

bug in ifiter_getifaddrs.c cannot find include file: ??

2019-05-28 Thread Dennis Clarke
directory '/usr/local/build/bind-9.14.2_SunOS5.10_sparc64vii+.002/lib/isc/unix' gmake[2]: *** [Makefile:203: subdirs] Error 1 gmake[2]: Leaving directory '/usr/local/build/bind-9.14.2_SunOS5.10_sparc64vii+.002/lib/isc' gmake[1]: *** [Makefile:84: subdirs] Error 1 gmake[1]

A little baffled by bind 9.14.2 wanting some special python?

2019-05-28 Thread Dennis Clarke
n/lib/python3.7/lib-dynload', '/opt/python/lib/python3.7/site-packages'] >>> beta$ So configure is only looking at the old /bin/python2.7 stuff ? Anyway around this? -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional _

Re: isc-bind-esv Repository - "yum update" doing undesirable things!

2019-05-08 Thread Dennis Clarke
s for ensuring separation from the vendor OS. With systemctl and other new paradigms then all manner of oddball stuff may happen. -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://

Re: BIND 9.11.6-P1 build fails on Solaris

2019-05-03 Thread Dennis Clarke
and has no future really. -- Dennis Clarke RISC-V/SPARC/PPC/ARM/CISC UNIX and Linux spoken GreyBeard and suspenders optional ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe from this list bind-users mailing list bind-users

Re: odd failures from 9.12.3

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/18/2018 11:38 PM, Evan Hunt wrote: On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 07:21:49PM -0400, Dennis Clarke wrote: oh .. also .. I'll look into these and see if I can clean them up : "zone.c", line 4275: warning: syntax error: empty declaration "client.c", line 2983:

Re: odd failures from 9.12.2-P2

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/18/2018 11:38 PM, Evan Hunt wrote: On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 07:21:49PM -0400, Dennis Clarke wrote: I:System test result summary: I: 7 FAIL I: 69 PASS I: 4 SKIPPED I: 12 UNTESTED I:The following system tests failed: I: autosign I: catz I: dnssec I: filter- I

okay ... odd failures in 9.12.3

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
I see these results : I:System test result summary: I: 2 FAIL I: 74 PASS I: 4 SKIPPED I: 12 UNTESTED I:The following system tests failed: I: dnssec I: nsupdate This is on Solaris 10 sparc and using the Oracle Studio 12.6 tools as well as OpenSSL 1.1.1 which passes all tests.

odd failures from 9.12.2-P2

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
I see these results : I:System test result summary: I: 7 FAIL I: 69 PASS I: 4 SKIPPED I: 12 UNTESTED I:The following system tests failed: I: autosign I: catz I: dnssec I: filter- I: legacy I: mkeys I: staticstub This is on Solaris 10 sparc and

Re: bind-9.12.2-P2 fails to compile with baffling undefined symbol issues

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
; atomic_store (, 0); return 0; } No issues at all with -xatomic=studio -std=c11 however this is impossible with c99. So what is the minimum spec for ISC Bind? If the ISO/IEC 9899:2011 standard is minimum then perhaps there could be a notation somewhere on the isc site for that. Dennis

Re: bind-9.12.2-P2 fails to compile with baffling undefined symbol issues

2018-10-18 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/18/2018 04:04 AM, Michał Kępień wrote: This looks like an Oracle Developer Studio glitch related to C11 atomic operations. To fix it, try fiddling around with the -xatomic compiler option [1] and/or the -std compiler option and/or the CC environment variable. To work around the problem,

bind-9.12.2-P2 fails to compile with baffling undefined symbol issues

2018-10-17 Thread Dennis Clarke
This has me baffled : /opt/developerstudio12.6/bin/c99 -mt -errfmt=error -erroff=%none -errshort=full -xstrconst -xildoff -m64 -xmemalign=8s -xnolibmil -Xc -xcode=pic32 -xregs=no%appl -xlibmieee -mc -ftrap=%none -xbuiltin=%none -xdebugformat=dwarf -xunroll=1 -xarch=sparc

Re: Question about visibility

2018-10-11 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/11/2018 03:21 PM, Leonardo Rodrigues wrote: Em 11/10/18 16:13, Barry Margolin escreveu: If you accidentally, or someone else intentionally, create a link to the site that uses the IP and put it on a web page that Google can get to, it will probably find the page.     robots.txt, on

Re: named tcp dos?

2018-08-02 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 08/02/2018 04:16 PM, Randy Bush wrote: it is in a contest with ipv6 for non-deployment I read this mail list ALL the time and finally something appears that quite literally made me call over a few guys to point at my screen. Well done. Let's make up a tee-shirt with that on it :

Re: Should we bundle the MaxMind GeoIP db?

2018-05-30 Thread Dennis Clarke
I think that would be more useful (and less likely to complicate the lives of packagers) than bundling the database. And less work for you :-) right on. Also, my fear is that "what else?" will happen and then we have codebase tossed in for a https/tls_1.3 admin front end being bolted in.

Re: Should we bundle the MaxMind GeoIP db?

2018-05-30 Thread Dennis Clarke
cts and costs and staff. Is this really necessary for what Berkeley Internet Name Daemon should be doing? Dennis Clarke ye old UNIX silverback [1] also "Write programs to work together." ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-us

Re: My domain name name not propagating through the Internet.

2018-05-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 05/26/2018 12:44 PM, Thomas Strike wrote: I have been fighting a problem of setting up a new Bind9.9 primary... If I dig for your name server via google I get told not much : $ dig ns1.sleepyvalley.net @8.8.8.8 ; <<>> DiG 9.9.4-RedHat-9.9.4-51.el7_4.2 <<>> ns1.sleepyvalley.net @8.8.8.8

Re: BIND source distribution missing?

2018-05-04 Thread Dennis Clarke
ftp://ftp.isc.org/isc/bind9/ Ah yes, there they are!  Thanks. I will blame the hour and the lack of caffeine for missing that one. :) As is often the case I find the solution to something immediately *after* I post to a maillist and stare at my coffee cup ... it happens .. all the

Re: BIND source distribution missing?

2018-05-04 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 04/05/18 08:04 AM, Matthew Pounsett wrote: Hi ISC! I'm writing to let you know there seems to be a bug on the ISC web site.  Coming from MacOS Chrome, I'm only being offered the binary Windows distribution of BIND for download from and from

Re: strange problem with query being dropped/ignored by the BIND process

2017-06-29 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 06/29/2017 12:52 PM, Marc Richter wrote: Hi again, I have checked this again today. Send & receive buffers are both 1MB, the Server has 8 CPUs and during startup BIND is reporting this: found 8 CPUs, using 8 worker threads using 7 UDP listeners per interface using

Re: bind-9.11.0-P2 on Debian 9.0 (stretch)

2017-01-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 01/26/2017 06:48 PM, Reindl Harald wrote: librarie sgot overwritten by the package manager Impossible. If the user built or the vendor supplied software follows the rules of separation along with the RPATH and RUNPATH data inside the ELF dynamic sections then what you say is

Re: bind-9.11.0-P2 on Debian 9.0 (stretch)

2017-01-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 01/26/2017 06:39 PM, Alan Clegg wrote: On 1/26/17 1:31 PM, Dennis Clarke wrote: The POSIX and XPG4 approach [is a great idea] (My text in brackets) Said no one, ever. Clearly I just said it ... and have before ... as have others for about twenty years or at least since 1999

Re: bind-9.11.0-P2 on Debian 9.0 (stretch)

2017-01-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
od reasons and if a user makes the choice to dance in a minefield then by all means let them. However a caution sign should be posted on the outer edge with some fine print which says "you have the freedom to do so but here are some guidelines.&

Re: bind-9.11.0-P2 on Debian 9.0 (stretch)

2017-01-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
OpenSSL 1.1 is currently not supported because they made > backwards-incompatible API changes ... Is this issue documented somewhere ? Dennis Clarke ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe f

Re: "Jumbo" Security Release of BIND corrects four exploitable vulnerabilities.

2017-01-12 Thread Dennis Clarke
to wait for someone else to compile it in for you ( Red Hat or whomever ) or just do it yourself and then you know it is done and you even know it was done correctly and as a real bonus you know who did it. Dennis Clarke d...@genunix.com ___ Please visit

Re: dnssec-validation [ ddig_sigchase option ]

2016-10-12 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/12/16 15:07, Evan Hunt wrote: On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 01:56:09PM -0400, Dennis Clarke wrote: On 10/12/16 13:36, Evan Hunt wrote: I recommend using "delv" instead. "dig +sigchase" isn't good code. ? well that is news to me :-\ It's code that was contributed ov

Re: dnssec-validation [ ddig_sigchase option ]

2016-10-12 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/12/16 13:36, Evan Hunt wrote: On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 03:40:54PM +, Bhangui, Sandeep - BLS CTR wrote: Was trying to run dig commands to do some dnssec validation and got the following message " "Invalid option: +sigchase" I recommend using "delv" instead. "dig +sigchase" isn't

Re: dnssec-validation [ ddig_sigchase option ]

2016-10-12 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 10/12/16 11:40, Bhangui, Sandeep - BLS CTR wrote: Hi Running ISC Bind 9.10.4-P2 will be soon moving to 9.10.4-P3. Was trying to run dig commands to do some dnssec validation and got the following message " "Invalid option: +sigchase" When checked found that the dig utility has to be

Re: how to log client MAC address?

2016-08-06 Thread Dennis Clarke
On 08/06/2016 10:01 PM, Frank Pikelner wrote: MAC addresses are layer 2 and you only see those on your subnet, i.e. most likely your default gateway, etc. So the answer is no. Unless he only cares about internal clients on a local subnet. dc ___

Re: ISC considering a change to the BIND open source license

2016-06-13 Thread Dennis Clarke
is is an excellent transition for all involved and ensures a higher level of quality control on DNS products. Dennis Clarke ___ Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe from this list bind-users mailing list bind-user

Re: sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout

2013-06-29 Thread Dennis Clarke
http://comp.protocols.dns.bind.narkive.com/fijjEh47/workaround-solaris-s-kernel-bug The issue was the define ISC_SOCKET_USE_POLLWATCH. If that is defined then we see the problem of strange sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout filling up the logs. Probably needed on Solaris 8 or 9

sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout

2013-06-28 Thread Dennis Clarke
I have a recent build of BIND 9.9.3-P1 and after bringing up the service on a Solaris 10 server I begin to see many log entries like so : 28-Jun-2013 15:41:17.636 sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout I don't know what this is and am mildly concerned. Is this evidence of a config

Re: sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout

2013-06-28 Thread Dennis Clarke
I have a recent build of BIND 9.9.3-P1 and after bringing up the service on a Solaris 10 server I begin to see many log entries like so : 28-Jun-2013 15:41:17.636 sockmgr 1005a1080: unexpected POLL timeout I don't know what this is and am mildly concerned. Is this evidence of a

named in BIND 9.9.3-P1 needs libpkcs11.so ?

2013-06-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
# /opt/adbs/sbin/named -u named -c /etc/opt/adbs/named/named.conf -4 -d 2 -f -g -n 1 27-Jun-2013 03:43:27.243 starting BIND 9.9.3-P1 -u named -c /etc/opt/adbs/named/named.conf -4 -d 2 -f -g -n 1 27-Jun-2013 03:43:27.246 built with '--build=sparc-sun-solaris2.10' '--host=sparc-sun-solaris2.10'

Re: named in BIND 9.9.3-P1 needs libpkcs11.so ?

2013-06-26 Thread Dennis Clarke
You don't need --with-pkcs11 unless you're planning to use a cryptographic accelerator or hardware service module, and you'd have had to build a special version of OpenSSL for that. Remove it from the configure options and you should be fine. Did a quick rebuild and yes Sir, runs like a

Re: Build BIND 9.9.3-P1 on Solaris 10 with 'cc', using OpenSSL built with 'gcc'?

2013-06-09 Thread Dennis Clarke
That seems oddthough I haven't tried building 9.9.3-P1 yet. But, all the previous releases built with gcc. Our Solaris package build/management system only has gcc. BIND 9.9.3 was the first BIND that got built 64-bit, which did take a little extra work in getting it find our

Re: Possible DDoS?

2012-10-17 Thread Dennis Clarke
From time to time I notice a large number of queries like these to one of my external dns servers: 14:14:40.01407 121.10.105.66 - 143.231.1.67 DNS C gop.gov. Internet * ? snip Does this rise to the level of a DDoS attack? No NS record for this IP. I blackhole IPs that behave like

Re: VMware Bind

2012-06-05 Thread Dennis Clarke
I think you mean : will bind run within VMware ? The answer from me is total yes. I have multiple systems in vSphere and running fine with bind 9.8.x Dennis - Original Message - From: Manson, John john.man...@mail.house.gov Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:28 pm Subject: VMware Bind To:

Re: Bind9.9.1 Dependences

2012-05-22 Thread Dennis Clarke
-- -- http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindexsearch=0x1D936C72FA35B44B +-+---+ | Dennis Clarke | Solaris and Linux and Open Source | | dcla...@blastwave.org | Respect for open standards

Re: Bind9.9.1 Dependences

2012-05-22 Thread Dennis Clarke
would want or need. Dennis -- -- http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindexsearch=0x1D936C72FA35B44B +-+---+ | Dennis Clarke | Solaris and Linux and Open Source | | dcla...@blastwave.org | Respect for open standards

Re: ISC BIND 9.8.2 followup announcement

2012-04-11 Thread Dennis Clarke
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Re: BIND 9.8.2 is now available

2012-04-09 Thread Dennis Clarke
package prototype kept complaining that I had 9.8.1 Release notes. Yup. -- -- http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindexsearch=0x1D936C72FA35B44B +-+---+ | Dennis Clarke | Solaris and Linux and Open Source | | dcla

Re: BIND 9.8.2 is now available

2012-04-09 Thread Dennis Clarke
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Re: Can't compile bind 9.8.1-P1 on Solaris

2011-11-16 Thread Dennis Clarke
problems yet .. but I use Sun Studio 11 for the builds. If you are willing to wait a few hours I'll have packages released pretty quick. Dennis -- -- http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindexsearch=0x1D936C72FA35B44B +-+---+ | Dennis Clarke

Re: Can't compile bind 9.8.1-P1 on Solaris

2011-11-16 Thread Dennis Clarke
Is anyone else having problems with the compile? Give me 60 minutes -- -- http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindexsearch=0x1D936C72FA35B44B +-+---+ | Dennis Clarke | Solaris and Linux and Open Source | | dcla

Re: Can't compile bind 9.8.1-P1 on Solaris

2011-11-16 Thread Dennis Clarke
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9.8.0-P1 platform.h questions

2011-05-16 Thread Dennis Clarke
=v8 for the 32-bit builds. Everything seems fine but this server does have if_nametoindex(3XNET) as well as if_nametoindex(3NSL) where the 3xnet libs are X/Open Networking Services Library Functions. Why would platform.h be so different as there were a multitude of such differences? -- Dennis

Re: ISC BIND 9.8.0 is now available

2011-03-03 Thread Dennis Clarke
key, 2009) pgpkey2...@isc.org gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature! gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner. Primary key fingerprint: FA76 7A86 A371 E359 22F6 A5C8 D811 B53F 0B7B AE00 $ -- Dennis Clarke dcla...@opensolaris.ca

Re: Security Advisory: Server Lockup Upon IXFR or DDNS Update Combined with High Query Rate

2011-02-22 Thread Dennis Clarke
at nist are doing an update ? -- Dennis Clarke dcla...@opensolaris.ca - Email related to the open source Solaris dcla...@blastwave.org - Email related to open source for Solaris -- Internet Systems Consortium Security Advisory Title: Server

Re: Security Advisory: Server Lockup Upon IXFR or DDNS Update Combined with High Query Rate

2011-02-22 Thread Dennis Clarke
the answer to your question about the NIST CVE listings, but I will inquire. Our CVE numbers actually come to us from Carnegie-Mellon CERT, not NIST, but NIST does keep an up to date list generally. I'll also post here if/when I find out more. thank you and stay in touch ! -- Dennis Clarke dcla

Re: BIND 9.7.3 is now available.

2011-02-14 Thread Dennis Clarke
if there is a comprehensive test suite in the iscbind packages. Is there ? How would one verify the functionality of the new security features? -- Dennis Clarke dcla...@opensolaris.ca - Email related to the open source Solaris dcla...@blastwave.org - Email related to open source for Solaris

Re: bind 9.7.2-P3 does not resolve www.microsoft.com

2010-12-28 Thread Dennis Clarke
trying to resolve www.microsoft.com or microsoft.com results in a connection timed out; no servers could be reached Well, for what it's worth - it's not just you having that issue. When testing from home and from work I get the same. works fine for me on linux and Solaris. -- Dennis

Bind named 9.7.2-P2 segfault and core dump when in debug mode

2010-09-29 Thread Dennis Clarke
I am trying to track down a bit of strange behavior. Not sure if anyone else sees this. I tend to run named in the foreground and in debug level 2 for a while after I compile it. If all looks good then I can run it as a service daemon in the usual way. This means I run it like so : bash-3.00#

Re: Bind 9.4.3-P3 on Solaris 10 Hang

2010-07-14 Thread Dennis Clarke
hi. I'm satoshi. I use BIND 9.4.3. Same situation was generated in my DNS server. Did you solve this problem? I would like you to teach when doing because it solved it. Regards Just upgrade to 9.7.1-P1 on Solaris. There are free packages ready to run at Blastwave.org -- Dennis