On Mon Oct 25, 2004 at 12:31:39 -0700, Karl J Rink wrote:
>changed:
>$TTL 0 --> $TTL 38400
>serial 2002009059 --> 2002009060
>
>ns1 (master) log:
>-------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Oct 25 12:13:32 apollo named: named shutdown succeeded
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11357]: starting BIND 9.2.1 -u named
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11357]: using 1 CPU
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: loading configuration from
>'/etc/named.con f'
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: no IPv6 interfaces found
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: listening on IPv4 interface lo,
>127.0.0.1# 53
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: listening on IPv4 interface eth0,
>216.55.1 44.16#53
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: command channel listening on
>127.0.0.1#953
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone 0.0.127.in-addr.arpa/IN: loaded
>seria l 1997022701
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone 144.55.216.in-addr.arpa/IN:
>loaded se rial 2004021516
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone webmedianow.com/IN: loaded
>serial 200 2009060
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone localhost/IN: loaded serial 42
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: running
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone 144.55.216.in-addr.arpa/IN:
>sending n otifies (serial 2004021516)
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named[11360]: zone webmedianow.com/IN: sending
>notifies (serial 2002009060)
>Oct 25 12:13:34 apollo named: named startup succeeded
>
>
>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>ns2 (slave) log:
>Oct 25 11:58:36.187 flush_deletions: 17 nodes of 1556 in tree
>Oct 25 11:58:36.187 end cache cleaning, mem inuse 158371
>Oct 25 12:09:29.423 createfetch: 94.167.185.66.in-addr.arpa PTR
>Oct 25 12:14:32.051 received notify for zone 'webmedianow.com': not
>authoritative
>

Is the master multihomed?

Be sure that the master is sending notifies to the slave from an
interface that is listed in the masters{} statement for the zone in the
slave's named.conf.

If you're running 9.3, the notify source address should be logged. If
not, sniff the packets on the slave and see what address is sending your
notify messages.

-Pete