[Pdns-users] Installing PowerDNS 4.x authorative server on Debian Jessie
volker at janzen.onl
Mon Aug 1 14:03:03 UTC 2016
I am beginning to understand what caused my problem.
First, the library error is caused by a binary in /usr/local/sbin/pdns_server, that is a remain of an older build I did before switching to the 3.x static build deb packages. Neither sysv init nor systemd will access this binary.
Second: I am updating from 3.x to 4.x and I left old pdns.conf in place, which contained a gmysql configuration, of course. The new installation procedure is to install pdns-server first and after this the required backend package. It seems that it is not possible to upgrade a running pdns 3.x gmysql installation to 4.x. The pdns-server package fails with gmysql configuration and the mysql backend package wants to be installed after a fully configured pdns-server. Which will never happen due to the gmysql config.
I think I need to backup my current configuration, purge all pdns packages, make sure whole /etc/powerdns directory is empty and then migrate my configuration to the new pdns.d/pdns.local.conf file.
But I'm still not sure, because systemd / journalctl refuse to print a plain text error message. I got all this from running pdns-server on command line.
> Am 01.08.2016 um 14:53 schrieb Brian Candler <b.candler at pobox.com>:
>> On 01/08/2016 13:38, Volker Janzen wrote:
>>> Am 01.08.2016 um 13:09 schrieb Peter van Dijk <peter.van.dijk at powerdns.com>:
>>> Hello Volker,
>>> can you show:
>>> dpkg -l | grep pdns
>> iU pdns-backend-mysql 4.0.1-1pdns.jessie amd64 generic MySQL backend for PowerDNS
>> iF pdns-server 4.0.1-1pdns.jessie amd64 extremely powerful and versatile nameserver
>> rc pdns-static 3.4.7-1 amd64 PowerDNS nameserver (static version)
> iU = installation requested, package unpacked but not configured
> iF = installation requested; package unpacked but halF-configured
> rc = removed (but configuration files may still remain, you can use 'apt-get purge' if you want to delete them)
> For the dependencies, have a look at:
> apt-cache show pdns-server
> apt-cache show pdns-backend-mysql
> Does it depend on a specific version of libboost?
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