What do you get when you do "rndc status"?
You may need to turn on the logging by doing a "rndc querylog".

-Steve

Quoting Robin Lynn Frank :

> Does anyone see any obvious reason from the example below as to why
> queries are not being logged. Just about everything else, including
> lame-servers are logged.
> logging {
> channel default_syslog {
> syslog daemon;
> severity info;
> };
>
> channel log_file {
> file "named.log" versions 4 size 10m;
> severity dynamic;
> print-category yes;
> print-severity yes;
> print-time yes;
>
> };
>
> category default { default_syslog; log_file; };
> category panic { default_syslog; log_file; };
> category query { log_file; };
> category security { log_file; };
> category cname { log_file; };
> category lame-servers { log_file; };
> category update { log_file; };
> };
>
>
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