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hi,

how to totally kill named and reload the named.conf (restart the name server)

how can we debug name server , what i mean is showing the error when we restarting name server ?

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Manfred Bertl earned 40 total points
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1. bash# /sbin/init.d/named restart

then the name-server is restarted.

2. errors will be reported in /var/log/messages


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i try restart the name server ,
then in the log messages said that reloading OK, but
this all doesn't make change to my dns server, which imean everyrhing is still the same with the previous one (before i ndc restart),

by the way, a guy told me that everytime after adding a newdomain name, type named.reload..
is that true? or..
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the command 'named.reload' will reload your database into the running named.
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