On 01.04.08 10:52, Jeff Lightner wrote:
> Is this something required for later versions of BIND?
>
> I have BIND 9.2.x on Linux systems in chroot environments but never had
> to mount /proc there. Since /proc isn't a "real" filesystem I was
> under the impression the kernel handled most of what needs to go there.
> Exceptions would be the things one does to force updates in the rare
> areas (e.g. SCSI changes) /proc allows that. What would BIND be doing
> that requires it to directly access /proc?


seems /proc is needed for detecting the number of CPUs...

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