Nslookup not working for external domain
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Fri Nov 19 07:37:33 UTC 2010
> > In article <mailman.807.1290086898.555.bind-users at lists.isc.org>,
> > "Moore, Mark A." <mmoore at osmre.gov> wrote:
> > > I have figured out and resolved my issue. For some reason I could not read
> > > the contents of the db.rootcache file. So I deleted and downloaded a new
> > > copy. Now everything is working. Thx to all for your assistance.
> In message <barmar-7A12CD.21563118112010 at reserved-multicast-range-not-delegated
> .example.com>, Barry Margolin writes:
> > I thought BIND now has a compiled-in set of root hints, to use as an
> > ultimate default. I guess this isn't used if the hints are configured
> > but unreadable. Perhaps you should submit this as a bug report.
On 19.11.10 14:11, Mark Andrews wrote:
> Why does it need a bug report? If you have a hint zone in named.conf
> then falling back to the built-in hints is just plain wrong as named
> would be doing something that you have told it not to do.
I see two questions here.
- if BIND complained about unreadable hints file loudly enough
- if BIND should fallback in the case hints file can't be loaded
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