This is a discussion on Host domain.dom not found: 2(SERVFAIL) - DNS ; >> I'm using 9.3.0 , but this problem was also on 9.2.3 >> This is the problem description: >> When i enter this command: >> "host -t mx domain.dom mydns.mydomain.mydom" , >> bind tells me >> "Host domain.dom not found: ...
>> I'm using 9.3.0 , but this problem was also on 9.2.3
>> This is the problem description:
>> When i enter this command:
>> "host -t mx domain.dom mydns.mydomain.mydom" ,
>> bind tells me
>> "Host domain.dom not found: 2(SERVFAIL)"
>> But when i enter another MX-records in the host command (not many, 2
>> or 3), bind answers good.
>> I can't see anything in logs. Despite using all of categories for
>> When i use another DNS-server in the host command - everething is all
>> However, i can ping primary dns for domain.dom - by ip and by address.
>> But when i use "server dns.domain.dom" command in the nslookup command
>> so i see:
>> "*** Can't find address for server dns.domain.dom: Non-authoritative
>> But when i use ip address of dns.domain.dom in the server command -
>> nslookup works OK. And i can get MX record for domain.dom.
>> But when i restart bind - all is fine and
>> "host -t mx domain.dom mydns.mydomain.mydom" command works ok.
>> I'm using FreeBSD 5.2.1
pirin> Start by telling us the real domain and ip as all our clairvoyant receivers
pirin> has been confiscated by Mr. Bush(and he will need them). The only
pirin> alternative is to get us a login in your nameserver.
host -t mx brest.bks.by brus.belpak.brest.by
Now it's working ok. I've restarted bind.
But i'm sure that after some period of time
this problem will appear again.
And i'm also sure that when i restart just only bind -
May be when this problem will appear again i will let you know.
Or may be you can give me some advice, for examle - to turn on some
another logging level (now i have "severity info") or something else.
I think it's a promlem of the named core or problem of the OS (FreeBSD
5.2.1). But IMHO - it's a bind problem. I have plenty of memory and
disk space. All other daemons work without problems.
Best regards, and thank you for help.