BIND DNS Issues with DNSSEC File Permissions

- Resolving File Permission Issues with BIND DNS and DNSSEC

[BIND // Fedora 27] The problem shown below, permission denied when trying to dump the master file, can be resolved by removing the Sticky Bit on /var/named folder, with file permissions set to 770, and recursive group ownership set to named, with all subdirectory file permissions set to 770. Follow this up with: systemctl restart named, rndc reload, systemctl restart named and check /var/named/data/named.run for any further errors.
dumping master file: rename: named.insurgent.info: permission denied
dumping master file: rename: named.insurgent.info: permission denied
dumping master file: rename: named.insurgent.info: permission denied
dumping master file: rename: named.insurgent.info: permission denied



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