[Pdns-users] Problem with chroot and local resolving and anot her problem with guardian
norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Wed Jul 9 10:16:42 UTC 2003
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On Wednesday 09 July 2003 10:06, Bauer, Georg wrote:
> Absolutely no comments on this? Actually I think this is a rather
> serious problem, as it makes some security measure rather
> pointless, if you have to set up your system combined with non-PDNS
> nameservers and have to rely on AXFRs.
I've done a quick test using chroot and didn't get it working too, but
I think setting the chroot option doesn't do the job. Which files and
directories are needed in the jail for chroot'ed startup? The
pdns.controlsocket and the dynamic libraries seems to be very strong
candidates. Anything else?
If I set chroot to "./" like described in the docs, what directory is
used for the jail?
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