HEADS UP: named now runs chroot'ed by default

Tillman Hodgson tillman at seekingfire.com
Thu Sep 30 08:38:02 PDT 2004

On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 11:44:35AM +0100, Matt Smith wrote:
> Another quick question about this. I run the ports version of bind9
> however I still leave all the base stuff installed during installworld as
> one day I might want to use it. All I do is add the following in rc.conf:
> named_enable="YES"
> named_program="/usr/local/sbin/named"
> named_flags="-c /usr/local/etc/named/named.conf -u bind"
> and all my zone files and pid files etc are in /usr/local/etc/named.

I do this as well, though I have one extra wrinkle: /usr/local/etc/named
is a RO NFS mount.

How does chroot and NFS interact?


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