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No, that's not quite it.

The problem here is that rndc is looking for the key in /usr/etc.
Which tells me that the build that created rndc was './configure'd
with '--prefix=/usr' and no '--sysconfdir'.

@Larry, it would be useful if we could see your './configure' command
line from when you built BIND.

Chris Buxton
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On Aug 30, 2008, at 5:26 PM, Robert Spangler wrote:

> On Friday 29 August 2008 09:51, Larry Gross wrote:
>
>> 1. /usr/etc/rndc.conf recreated. This is the one that rndc uses.

>
> In a chroot env the rndc keys and conf files must be in /var/named/
> chroot/etc
> Named and rndc only look under chroot for the files they require.
>
>
> --
>
> Regards
> Robert
>
> It is not just an adventure.
> It is my job!!
>
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