9.3.1 logging

9.3.1 logging

Post by Janet Duec » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 16:04:03


Hi,
We are running 9.3.1 on solaris 9. I am seeing a lot of the
following errors in the syslogs and would like to redirect these
messages to a separate file.

Dec 9 22:41:39 whistler named[3624]: [ID 866145 daemon.error] client 209.87.58.167#2878: update 'labs.surrey.sfu.ca/IN' denied

Does anyone know the specific logging category for these messages? I have
tried sending the messages for each of the logging categories to a separate
file and these always end up in the default_log. My documentation lists
17 possible categories: default, general, database, security, config,
resolver, xfer-in, xfer-out, notify, client, unmatched, network, update,
queries, dispatch, dnssec and lame-servers.

Thanks in advance,

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9.3.1 logging

Post by Vinny Abel » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 09:43:53


Try the category "update-security". That should do it.


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Post by base6 » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:17:15


Windows PCs like doing this -- pretty annoying -- a lot of the
documentation surrounding this involves contacting the owner of the
PC and having them turn it off. Right :)

Add a "update-security" category (not well documented) and send it to
/dev/null in the documented fashion.
 
 
 

9.3.1 logging

Post by Chris Thom » Wed, 14 Dec 2005 02:38:21


The OP might want to check that she has not been looking at out-of-date
documentation. "update-security" was split off from "security" for the
first time in BIND 9.3.

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9.3.1 logging

Post by Chris Thom » Wed, 14 Dec 2005 02:38:21


The OP might want to check that she has not been looking at out-of-date
documentation. "update-security" was split off from "security" for the
first time in BIND 9.3.

--
Chris Thompson
Email: XXXX@XXXXX.COM