Unable to save DNS Resolver settings
I was about to respond to this, currently happening on a 2.3.4 install
System Netgate SG-8860
Netgate Unique ID: x
BIOS Vendor: coreboot
Release Date: 01/22/2016
Version 2.3.4-RELEASE (amd64)
built on Wed May 03 15:13:29 CDT 2017
Running this command lets me save the config and apply config:
echo 'mkdir /var/unbound/test; /usr/local/sbin/unbound-control-setup -d /var/unbound/test' | /usr/bin/su -m unbound
#1 Updated by Jim Pingle over 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
I can't replicate this as stated. There must be some missing detail to reliably replicate it. Please discuss it further on the thread and compare other system settings and setup details, like what platform/architecture is in use (e.g. NanoBSD or full), if you have /var and /tmp in RAM disks, and anything else about the setup that might be different or unusual.
#2 Updated by Jason Smith about 2 years ago
I can reproduce the issue. Load up an assload (technical term) of lists in the pfBlockerNG plugin in the DNSBL Feeds tab. Get 100,000 or so blocked domains, make sure the feeds are all pulled and updated, and the issue will begin to present. You may have to toy around a bit, restart the DNS Resolver or something to get the issue to start presenting. Removing the DNSBL feeds and restarting the router eliminates the issue.
I believe whats happening here is the process to check the configuration has to do a fairly large file copy, this isn't being completed in time meaning when the test is run it hasn't finished moving other files like the key, and the error presents. Just a guess however.
#4 Updated by Nicki Messerschmidt almost 2 years ago
I just want to chime in on this problem. I'm experiencing this problem also.
Something I noticed is, that I cannot execute the command listed above as the unbound account is existent in master.passwd but unavailable for "su - unbound".
When executing "su -m unbound" I get the pfsense menu (with interface list, etc).
I have a system that came with pfsense preinstalled (Netgate XG-2758) and currently at 2.3.4-RELEASE-p1 (amd64).
In the past I disabled unbound in preference of dnsmasq and now wanted to give it another try. But now I cannot enable unbound due to the described error.
#7 Updated by Jim Pingle 12 days ago
- Category set to DNS Resolver
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
Either this has been resolved, or it may be a package issue. Either way this specific issue can be closed. If it can be reproduced without a package installed, feel free to open a new issue with details.