/etc/rc: WARNING: domainname(1) is not set.
mtm at identd.net
Tue Jul 8 16:43:01 PDT 2003
On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 06:26:27PM -0400, Tom Parquette wrote:
> I have been getting the message "/etc/rc: WARNING: domainname(1) is not
> set" every time I boot one of my machines.
> It is a 5.1-CURRENT system but I have not updated since June 15.
> I have been ignoring this for some time because I have been trying to
> get DDNS to work.
> I thought it was related to my DDNS problem. Now that I have DDNS
> working (finally) I was supprised to see the message still appearing.
It says domainname(1) for a reason :-)
Domainname has nothing to do with DNS, it's talking about your NIS
domain name. You are trying to use one of the yp* daemons without
first setting your NIS domain. You need domainname="..." in rc.conf.
Mike Makonnen | GPG-KEY: http://www.identd.net/~mtm/mtm.asc
mtm at identd.net | D228 1A6F C64E 120A A1C9 A3AA DAE1 E2AF DBCC 68B9
mtm at FreeBSD.Org| FreeBSD - The Power To Serve
More information about the freebsd-current