Empty responses to query
Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Thu Feb 2 21:03:00 UTC 2006
> Fedora 4
> >From time to time on some domains, if I do a MX query (dig mx
> mydomain.com) the response comes back empty.
Well if you actually told us the problem domains someone
could look at how those zones are configured. This sort
of behaviour is usually indicative of a remote configuration
> If I restart the named process, then do the same dig, it comes back with
> proper information. I have seen this on multiple instances of Fedora 4.
> I am not using upstream name servers (forwarders) to resolve.
> Does anybody have any hints as to what it could be?
> Steven Stringham
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