I have configured BIND and ISC DHCPD to work together (using keys for updates). Now it's not that it does not work at all: forward maps etc are most often added.
However, very often, for no apparent reason the .jnl file (journal) for the zone is left there and the main zone file is not updated. This results in infuriating lack of resolution of some hosts after DHCP lease acquire (if the hosts was not there in the zone file in the first place, or it leads to the old address).
Permissions look like this:
-rw-r--r-- 1 bind bind 691 Dec 10 11:06 myzone.zone -rw-r--r-- 1 bind bind 765 Dec 10 12:17 myzone.zone.jnl
It should not be permissions problem though since the zone does (often) get updated via DHCP/DDNS?
What is the source of this problem and a fix for it?
OS: debian 7.2 x64, stable release bind and isc-dhcp server.