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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE][PATCH] New fs to control access to system resources
On 16 Jan 2002, Olaf Dietsche wrote:

> This sounds weird. Normally, named binds to port 53 and some high
> unprivileged port for replies from other DNS servers. Do you have some
> 'listen-on' and/or 'query-source' statements in your named.conf? If
> you do, just change permissions of /mnt/net/ipv4/bind/921 appropriately.

The port 53 bindings happen without problem.

BINDv9 has a lightweight resolver service which runs on port 921 - this is
not enabled by default, and when it is enabled, seems to start up later on
in the startup process.


Add the single line:
lwres {};
in your named.conf and it will be enabled.



> You may use accessfs and capabilities in parallel, of course. But
> currently, this is equivalent to "chown root/chmod u+x".

Taking capabilities away seems to break backwards compatibility.

And I'm not entirely sure it *is* equivalent to chown root/chmod u+x -
that is how /mnt/accessfs/net/ipv4/bind appeared and my named couldn't
bind to 921.

Ben

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