Hi, I'm actually running djbdns over a vserver and it runs great !!. Even I
didn't to add any capabilities, it just worked with defaults. Perhaps you
have problems running the supervise service that usually its started from
/etc/inittab, and inside the vps you don't have inittab... I wrote an ugly
script to get djbdns working, and qmail to, to be started like any other
Hope it helps.
On 4/12/06, Baltasar Cevc <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Benedict,
> The only problem I had the DJB query tools always failed looking up the
> things - however that was no real problem as I just use libc/bind
> resolver libraries to access it...
> Concerning the caps: I think the given capablilites are more than
> enough; I haven't set anything special and it works for me (it's an
> older version of vserver, however).
> I don't have any quick method to get the get capabilities from their
> machine-readable represenation (I'm not familiar with the v* tools) but
> if you know how to translate it - this is the information for my
> vserver running tinydns:
> max:/proc/virtual/49183# cat status
> UseCnt: 31
> RefCnt: 29
> Flags: 0000000202000010
> BCaps: ffffffffd44c04ff
> CCaps: 0000000000000101
> Ticks: 0
> I'd try to test the servers on the local machine (and with disabled
> firewall) to see whether they really work, e.g. using Bind's host
> utility (host some.internal.host nameserver-ip ||| host
> some.external.host dnscache-ip).
> Does the network of your vserver work properly (can you ping it, can
> you access other services if there are some), and if the DJB-tools are
> listening at the right place (netstat -ua in the vserver guest should
> give that information).
> Hope that gives a starting point,
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Received on Wed Apr 12 15:43:45 2006