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AIX - DNS Server fails

Posted on 2009-07-06
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Hello,

i am experiencing dns problems with an AIX 5.3 server. It's a dns server using named8. The error is:
named-xfer[..] transfer refused from xxx.xxx.xxx.xx, zone domain.local
named-xfer [xxxxxx] not authoritative for ....., SOA query got code 2,aa

Thanks in advance
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Hi,
please check the 'allow-transfer ...' setting in the 'options'  part of named.conf on the server whose slave you are!
wmp
 
 
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Compare 'ulimit -a' on both machines.
Any differences regarding data/memory/stack?
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... SORRY - wrong case!
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I still doesn't know what is going on with DNS Server, I created a  new named.conf and copy & paste the content of the original one, and now it doesn't stop the service and the error i ask for now it doesn't appear.

Thanks to all.
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I assume you restarted named to use the new config. Maybe that restart just did the trick!
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following the clue i reconfugure the server. I thanks all the people just for reading or giving me the clue to the solution
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