This is a discussion on Re: Weird problem. - DNS ; Normally I would not even mention it - but, yes, we are running a root-server with some 4057 domains. Yesterday for a window of max 12 hours I was missing ".mobi" from an axfr transfer. Today it is there. It ...
Normally I would not even mention it - but,
yes, we are running a root-server with some 4057 domains. Yesterday
for a window of max 12 hours I was missing ".mobi" from an axfr
transfer. Today it is there. It is still the same root.zone and we
did not restart bind.
We have never seen it before.
I dont know wich version, I guess 9.2 or 9.3 and I shall replace it
with 9.4.0 soon.
The transfer takes awfully long and I guess that has been my real
Peter and Karin
David Miller wrote:
> For some reason our servers(BIND 9.3.2) will not resolve one domain.
> Well, it is the only one that has not worked. My users tell me it was
> working last week. The domain is mcmaster.com. This is what I get
> when I lookup the domain using my master name server within my network
> ( recursion is turned off).
> nslookup mcmaster.com 126.96.36.199
> ;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
> It takes a few seconds for it to give that response. Like it can't
> even query the server with that string. However I have not had any
> problems resolving any other domains. It doesn't even act like it
> would with a domain that doesn't exist at all. It immediately
> responds back with a "not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)"
> The only changes I have made since last week are to my zone files for
> my local domain hostnames. I double check all entries I make using
> forward and reverse lookups. BIND is not complaining about anything.
> Anyone see this before?
Peter and Karin Dambier
Cesidian Root - Radice Cesidiana
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