[nsd-users] nsd restart failed?
matthijs at nlnetlabs.nl
Mon Feb 13 12:54:13 UTC 2012
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Do you still have the ixfr.db and required files to reproduce this? If
so, is it possible to mail them, so we can investigate it further. If
not, can you save the files the next time this happens?
On 01/28/2012 03:14 AM, Paul Wouters wrote:
> I had a failed nsd server that was not running. The logs showed
> after I issued a "service nsd restart"
> Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: ...stale pid file from process
> 29516 Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: fallback to UDP4, no IPv6:
> not supported Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: fallback to TCP4, no
> IPv6: not supported Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: xfr: zone
> XXXXXX.org. not in config. Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: no zone
> exists Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: bad ixfr packet part 0 in
> /var/lib/nsd/ixfr.db Jan 27 18:04:18 ns1 nsd: marked xfr as
> failed: xfrd: zone XXXXXX.org received update to serial 2011121916
> at time 1324285447 from 126.96.36.199 in 1 parts Jan 27 18:04:18
> ns1 nsd: marked xfr so that next reload can succeed
> Running nsdc rebuild did not help. I had to rm
> /var/lib/nsd/ixfr.db before nsd would run again.
> Note that the server involved (188.8.131.52) had ceased to be,
> so any XFR was impossible.
> Looking back further in the logs, I think this is what happened.
> IXFR/AXFR's were failing due to the primary no longer allowing or
> running. Some state of these failures for those domains were stored
> in the ixfr.db. The operator (me) logged in, and edited the nsd
> config to remove those dead zones. Furthermore, the operator (me)
> ran "service nsd restart" without further looking, and logged out.
> nsd failed to start due to various:
> Jan 15 18:06:50 ns1 nsd: marked xfr as failed: xfrd: zone
> xxxxxxxxx.org received update to serial 2011121916 at time
> 1324285408 from 184.108.40.206 in 2 parts
> Paul _______________________________________________ nsd-users
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