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> Well, there is your problem. Some other instance of something (most=20
> likely a name server) is running on this box and the intance you are=20
> attempting to run is not able open its listeners.=20
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> If you are on linux use this to find out who the culpret is:
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> netstat -anp
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> hth,
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> Dave...
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> PS: Always look in the logs first... They are the main place your serve=

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> talks to you...


hi,
thanks for the tip but when I do `/etc/init.d/bind9 stop`
`netstat -anp | grep :53` gives no output and all dns reqests fail (timeout=
) but if i do `/etc/init.d/bind9 start` in that state there are these "addr=
ess in use" warnings.
I can not understand that thats why I said: 'I dont unterstand that because=
there is no other named running on that point in time.'
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