Hi,I have two servers running Centos 6.3 .I use Bind on both servers since I first install Centos 6.0, then I moved the servers to 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3.But since the... [by Nietzsche]
on 08/08/2012 – Made popular on 08/08/2012
We are currently running CentOS 5.5 on our DNS servers. We are running BIND 9.3.6-P1. We want to upgrade these servers to CentOS 6.4.First) Is it even possible to do an in-place upgrade... [by jeffrey]
Bind 9.8.2 from official Centos updates repo used to work fine, but then I needed to tweak it by compiling from source (nothing crazy here -- just compiled with different options than offered in the CentOS RPM. Note that I used the source from bind-9.9.4, not 9.8.x, so maybe this is potentially the problem?
Hello I have a server running CentOS and XEN virtualization.
I have the following setup
DomainU 192.168.1.201 (virtual machine)
I have Apache setup on both servers and would like to port forwarding on my public IP address to 192.168.1.200(Domain0). Then I would like Domain0 to check the domain and point it to the correct virtual machine like 192.168.1.201.
I am working on building some new CentOs 6 servers and creating documentation for the installation of said servers. I would like to create a base CentOS 6 server install that would be light on the packages to reduce bloat by default. Additionally, I am looking for some common or industry practices in which to harden the server so that it can be used in production and online facing to the world.
I have just setup 5 centos 6 servers. I want to turn then all into webservers but I want one server to be able to control all the servers and install websites on them. How do I do this? Is there some software I could use that is preflably free.