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I have a primary name server and now i'm trying to configure the secondary. I have listed the important information regarding each bellow.
the error I get is:
Sep 8 09:19:19 ns2-dmz named: dumping master file: zones/tmp-oXy79B9kPg: open: file not found
Sep 8 09:19:19 ns2-dmz named: transfer of 'digitalfilmstore.com/IN' from xx#53: failed while receiving responses: file not found