Auto Start the DNS Service in Linux

Auto Start the DNS Service in Linux

When the DNS service has stopped, use this code to start it automatically.

 #! /bin/bashdns_pid=`ps -ax|grep "named -u named" |grep -v grep |awk '{print $2}'`if test "x$dns_pid" = "x" ; then/etc/init.d/named restartecho `date` << /home/admin/script/dns.logecho "DNS Started" << /home/admin/script/dns.logfi//On the Above Shell Script save into a file name called Ex:- dnsfile//chmod 755 dnsfile//add that file path in /etc/crontab file like//*  * * * * root /dnsfile

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