On Saturday, November 14, 2009 "Timo Teräs" timo.teras_at_iki.fi wrote:
> I have axfrdns running on an Alpine 1.8 based box. It uses tcpserver from
> ucspi-tcp package. I attached the init.d script I'm using. Something like
> this should be added to djbdns package.
Thanks to Timo for the reply and for the init.d script. I guess I will grab the
1.8.3 iso, and use it for now as 1.9.1 iso does not have ucspi-tcp.
In order to control which slaves are allowed, where do you put your
entries which, under Bernstein's regime, go in a file that normally lives
at /etc/axfrdns/tcp ?
Although I see that the axfrdns-conf program exists in the djbdns apk,
I assume that I should not use it to set up axfrdns, as multilog is not
since there is no daemontools package.
Seems 'lbu ci usb' does not retain changes made in /etc/init.d, so I should add
a reference to the axfr start script in /etc/lbu/include , correct?
Any chance someone would package up daemontools for Alpine and just
allow this to be set up the way that DJB intends, including svc, svscan,
multilog, etc? (Is there a strong reason not to do this?)
> MarkSeymour_at_GuildAssociates.com wrote:
>> Hello alpine-devel's, and thank you for Alpine Linux! I am a longtime
>> user of LEAF and its predecessor LRP, so I was excited to find Alpine,
>> as I've wanted to get away from floppy disk storage of configs for a
>> long time now.
>> I have Shorewall configured to my liking, as well as Tinydns, but now I
>> want to be able to provide axfr responses to non - djb slave dns
>> servers, and I would like to log queries. I have not found any
>> documentation on how to do this with Alpine. Any help would be greatly
>> I have added the package djbdns-1.05-r32, which contains axfrdns, but I
>> don't know where to go from there. Do I follow the Bernstein
>> instructions at http://cr.yp.to/djbdns/axfrdns-conf.html , including
>> creating 'acct' and 'logacct'? I assume not, since I don't see a
>> daemontools package available to give me multilog. I'd be happy to rtfm
>> if I could find the fm ;)
>> Alternatively, I'll consider using BIND since you have it available....
Received on Sat Nov 14 2009 - 17:13:58 UTC