[Pdns-users] pdns get killed my the operating system?
trietz at t-ipnet.net
Wed Mar 7 09:12:22 UTC 2007
I tried the snapshot, but after parsing some zonefiles i stop working
with the following message:
Mar 07 09:59:41 Caught an exception instantiating a backend, cleaning up
Mar 07 09:59:43 All slave domains are fresh
Mar 07 09:59:43 No master domains need notifications
Exiting because of STL error: Can't parse zone line '$include
Mar 07 09:59:43 Exiting because of STL error: Can't parse zone line
I will take a look at the pipe backend. Thanks for the information.
bert hubert wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 04:36:05PM +0100, trietz wrote:
>> When i start pdns in the monitor mode i can see it start to parse the
>> zone files succesfully. The memory usage of pdns grows and when
>> the system memory reach more than 4.5 gb the pdns process get killed
>> with the following message:
> This looks like an unrelated bug. I'd normally tell you to try using the
> snapshot, but earlier today it was reported that the binaries on
> http://svn.powerdns.com/snapshots/959/ crashed on startup.
> It may work for you however.
> For such vast volumes of reverse zones, a specialised pipe backend might
> make sense, as you are now storing heaps and heaps and heaps of
> '220.127.116.11.in-addr.arpa' strings which use up a lot of memory.
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