barmar at bbnplanet.com
Thu Nov 4 22:20:36 UTC 1999
In article <3821C1DA.30C526BB at acp.org>,
David Spigelman <dspigelm at acp.org> wrote:
>I upgraded to BIND 8 several weeks ago, and it's been running pretty
>well. The one problem still plaguing me is that I have a couple of
>very-small subdomains that don't seem to be answering properly. When I
>do an nslookup on them, the response I get is unauthoritative.
>Here's an example:
>$ nslookup aip.acp.org
>The problem is that exeter.acp.org *is* the authoritative server! So
>what am I doing wrong? Here's the named file for that domain:
If you checked your syslog, you would see a message saying "No NS records
at zone top". This is treated like a syntax error, and the server makes
>@ IN SOA exeter.acp.org. postmaster.acp.org. (
> 1800 )
> IN MX 10 acpgate.acp.org.
> IN MX 50 exeter.acp.org.
> IN MX 50 defiant.acp.org.
> IN A 18.104.22.168
>Any help would be much appreciated.
>American Center for Physics
>College Park, MD
Barry Margolin, barmar at bbnplanet.com
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