Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1028189
Test case failure: bind on stateless
Last modified: 2015-08-31 23:39:43 EDT
The problem is that /var/named/data is read-only, but named is configured
to store its logs in there and also some other stuff. We need to distribute
"rwtab" configuration together with named so that /var/named/data is mounted
as tmpfs and writeable.
I tested named with the configuration in /etc/rwtab.d/ and it worked (after
restoring context on the mounted /var/named/data dir) I'll file a new bug
on initscripts, since I think they should restore the SELinux context of
the mounted directory.
However named-chroot is not working, too. So I need to figure out how to fix
To fix both named and named-chroot, configuration for rwtab has to be added and
also setup-named-chroot.sh script has to be slightly modified.
This request was resolved in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0.
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