28.1.20. /etc/sysconfig/named

28.1.20. /etc/sysconfig/named

The /etc/sysconfig/named file is used to pass arguments to the named daemon at boot time. The named daemon is a Domain Name System (DNS) server which implements the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) version 9 distribution. This server maintains a table of which hostnames are associated with IP addresses on the network.

Currently, only the following values may be used:

For more information about available parameters for this file, refer to the named man page. For detailed information on how to configure a BIND DNS server, refer to Chapter 17, Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND). By default, the file contains no parameters.


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