I want to run named chrooted, but I cannot start through
/etc/rc.d/init.d/named. This is a slave named, and at most only one
named-xfer succeeds. The commandline within /etc/rc.d/init.d/named is
daemon /home/chroot/named/usr/sbin/named -u named -g named -t
/home/chroot/named -c /named.conf
In syslog, for each failed named-xfer, I see a signal 13 (SIGPIPE).
If I start named from the commandline (without nice and initlog), then it
runs fine and all of the named-xfers succeed. I tracked down the problem to
initlog. If I start the command
initlog -c "/home/chroot/.../named -u named ..."
Then I have the same problem. However, if instead of -c I use -r, then
named will start properly. As a side note, the -q switch is not documented
in the man page. ;-)
Solution? For named, just start with the -r switch. Unfortunately I
couldn't really understand the difference between -c and -r and I don't
know what else it would do.
Thank you for your time, Vilmos Soti
-c runs the command and logs its output.
-r runs the command, and initlog stays around looking
for things to log on its own stdin. Presumably what's
happening is that bind is closing its stdin, so initlog
*** Bug 25269 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(make that, bind is closing its stdout and stderr.)
Closing out bugs on older, no longer supported, releases.
initlog is no longer in the current devel tree, so it is unlikely to change.