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Re: F11 bind-chroot - a question?





Tom Horsley-3 wrote:
> 
> On Sat, 13 Jun 2009 12:39:39 -0700 (PDT)
> Mike Cloaked wrote:
> 
>> Does anyone know if bind-chroot is working properly in F11 or have I
>> missed
>> some fundamental change between F10 and F11?
> 
> Something definitely changed for sure, and it made so little sense to me
> than I just manually replicated what the old chroot stuff used to do,
> copying my old /var/named tree and changing a bunch of files in /etc
> to symlinked into the /var/named tree. I also had to struggle
> to turn off dnssec because unless the timestamps on various files
> are right, it tried to change them out from under you, which then
> seriously screws up the symlinks.
> 
> 

Thanks - I am glad I am not the only one who is confused!  maybe someone
closer to the changes will be able to suggest how to get the previous
behaviour back in F11.  

As you say the files in /etc need symlinking to /var/named/chroot/... but I
don't know how this plays with selinux - maybe they are linked in a
different way to previous versions?

All I want is to have a standard bind-chroot setup and then make a small
change to named.conf (in the chroot). On another machine I also want my own
zone files for the local LAN. I know there was a discussion around November
2008 in devel-list concerning "unbound" but I don't know what the outcome
was for the final set of changes, or whether this impacted on bind-chroot
directly. But for sure something seems quite different in F11 compared to
F10.
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