Updating named root
It’s usually not a problem at all to upload a directory using an FTP client.
At this point, it is important to note that NOTHING HAS CHANGED on your current server.
For many pieces of software, this list comes built into the software.
For more information, visit information on root zone and root hints access.
For example, if the URL to the current directory is “ (This link won’t work, as we are not actually doing this operation on the GNY server).
You will find that you can run the Root Server, and that it will connect to your database, just like the current one. We have it in one step in order to emphasize that it needs to be done expeditiously.
DNS does resolve for fixed IP addresses that have records in the zone files. IN A 192.168.101.99 Here is my /var/named/101.168.192file: $TTL 1D @ IN SOA laser-samba14. Your examples suggest that it is /var/named on RHELCatkin - Thanks for the response. I set the permissions back to the original settings. BTW - Since I have a virtual environment I have been able to create some test machines to try out various solutions. 2 root root 4096 Sep 25 2012 dhclient.d -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 808 Apr 16 I've been beating my head on this problem for over a week. AIUI the (journal) file is created in the same directory as the corresponding zone file.