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Configure DNS server on Linux (VirtualBox)

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I need help to configure DNS server on Linux environment.
I'm trying to install oracle 11g rac on 2 nodes Linux servers in VirtualBox...

I successfully install oracle grid infra. but when i try to install oracle database then the error arise SCAN error.

I'll appreciate your earliest convenience.

Thanks,
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Check this out

http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/linux/DnsConfigurationForSCAN.php

Installation of the DNS server (BIND) could not be simpler. From the command line issue the following command.

    # yum install bind-libs bind bind-utils

If you want a GUI DNS editor, you can also install the following package. Personally, I find the GUI editor more confusing than using the configuration files directly.

    # yum install system-config-bind

and then you need to configure it.
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