Can't resolve a domain by Cache Server
sj_hznm at yahoo.com.cn
Sat Oct 9 10:36:35 UTC 2004
Thanks for your help.
But, would you please give me more explanation on
"broken zone"? Why sometimes our cache server could
resolve names in that domain?
as we are planning to setup our primary DNS server ,
it's really valuable for me to know how to avoid and
fix such problem.
Thanks again and long for your help.
--- phn at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu µÄÕýÎÄ£º
> Joe Shen <sj_hznm at yahoo.com.cn> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We met a strange behavior with our cache server
> > it can't resolve a special domain from time to
> > The phenomenon is: we set up a cache server on a
> > Solaris8 with BIND9. It seems it could serve our
> > customers' requestes successfully. But, the day
> > yesterday someone told me the cache server could
> > resolve names under 50hz.cn from time to time.
> > We check ns1.50hz.cn , ns2.50hz.cn, www.50hz.cn by
> > nslookup. The results shows , the three names
> could be
> > solved from time to time but it fails frequently.
> > There is no periodical characteristics with the
> > frequency of failings. If we set up cache server
> > forward all requests on 50hz.cn to its name
> server, no
> > requests fails. We contacted with administrator
> > 50hz.cn and they told us they use BIND9 on Linux .
> > We don't understand why this happens and how could
> > fix it.
> Don't you worry, the zone is broken (Tm)
> I'll leave the problems to the sysadmins at 50hz.cn,
> might need some training.
> > Has anybody met similar problem?
> Shure. There is lot's of broken zones "out there"
> Peter Håkanson
> IPSec Sverige ( At Gothenburg
> Riverside )
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