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The named daemon generally automatically detects what form of IP networking to utilize, either IPv4 or IPv6. The -4 and -6 options allow you to force which will be used. If you specify the -4 option, then only IPv4 networking will be used, even if IPv6 networking is available. The -6 option dictates that only IPv6 networking will be used, even if IPv4 networking is available. These two options are mutually exclusive and cannot be specified on the command line together.
The -c option allows you to specify the location of the named configuration file. The default file the named daemon expects to find is /etc/named.conf. If you are running the named daemon in a chroot jail, then this location must be relative to the root directory of the jail. This is the configuration file: named2.conf
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