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DNS: Looking for BIND 9.3.5p2 8 years 3 months ago #27188

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Hi Guys,

I'm looking for BIND 9.3.5p2. Actually, i'm planning to upgrade our DNS BIND current version 9.3.2 to 9.3.5p2. Anybody here got the binary file for this version?

Really appreciate if somebody have the link or the binary file for the 9.3.5p2 version SPARC/Solaris 9. :D

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levitez
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Re: DNS: Looking for BIND 9.3.5p2 8 years 3 months ago #27191

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Are you looking for this: www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/view/?release=9.3.5-P2#DOWNLOADS

Get the "source" version. There is a newer version by the way, check here: www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/index.php
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Re: DNS: Looking for BIND 9.3.5p2 8 years 3 months ago #27193

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I am cuurently reading some literature on DNS. I think your ISP can render a lot of help regarding DNS upgrade as they are always current about latest patches and versions available
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Re: DNS: Looking for BIND 9.3.5p2 8 years 3 months ago #27257

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Are you looking for this: www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/view/?release=9.3.5-P2#DOWNLOADS

Get the "source" version. There is a newer version by the way, check here: www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/index.php

Hi bro,

Thanks for your advice. Anyway, i'm looking for binary file. Since we're using binary file for previous version Bind 9.3.2. Any idea on this version...or we just use the version as you suggest above.

Thanks
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Re: DNS: Looking for BIND 9.3.5p2 8 years 3 months ago #27258

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Anyway, for you guys information. We've already installed the latest Bind Version 9.5.0sp2 on our DNS server. After one day of installation, we're having a problem on the primary server which getting request time out and hard to resolve any website. On the log says like this....
Aug 28 10:09:01 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] socket: too many open file descriptors
Aug 28 10:09:01 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] socket: too many open file descriptors
Aug 28 10:09:01 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] socket: too many open file descriptors
Aug 28 10:09:01 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] socket: too many open file descriptors
Aug 28 10:09:25 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] client 33.13.10.226#52989: zone transfer '26.160.202.in-addr.arpa/AXFR/IN' denied
Aug 28 10:09:27 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] client 33.13.10.226#55996: zone transfer '/AXFR/IN' denied
Aug 28 10:09:32 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] client 33.13.10.226#52169: zone transfer '28.160.202.in-addr.arpa/AXFR/IN' denied
Aug 28 10:09:32 named[29874]: [ID 873579 daemon.error] client 33.13.10.226#35536: zone transfer '27.160.202.in-addr.arpa/AXFR/IN' denied

we've already set the recursive access client to 500 & fine tune the server accordingly...seem CPU resources getting high used. Anyway, we've already re-compile the version...but, the problem still there...still getting request time out & the error message above still appear. Mmmm...we've disabled the syslog-ng to make sure the server still alive to serve the request from client.

Any advice from expert here? really appreciate if any advice come in...

p/s: sorry for my bad english. :D
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