> > Did you set prefix to
> > /usr/local/bind or etcdir to /usr/local/bind/etc?
> >
> > named will by default search in directories you configured at compile
> > time.



On 29.10.08 23:09, Stephen Liu wrote:
> xen03:/usr/local/src/bind-9.5.0#./configure --prefix=/usr/local/bind


in such case, named will work in /usr/local/bind and search for config file
in /ust/local/bind/etc.

If you chroot to /usr/local/bind, named will search for default config file
/usr/local/bind/usr/local/bind/etc/named.conf, unless you provide any with
"-c" command line option, and for other files in
/usr/local/bind/usr/local/bind/etc/

(chrootdir/prefixdir/...).

So now you need to specify named.conf file (which you already do) and have
to use "directory" option in the config file for other files not to be
searched in /usr/local/bind/usr/local/bind/etc/.


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