resolver change?

Hajimu UMEMOTO ume at freebsd.org
Sun Jan 27 08:25:43 PST 2008


Hi,

>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jan 2008 14:09:08 +0100
>>>>> Dag-Erling Smørgrav <des at des.no> said:

des> Did something change in our resolver / getaddrinfo() recently?  Check
des> this out:

Yup, I updated the resolver in libc to BIND 9.4.2 about 7 weeks ago.
However, I believe it doesn't change such behavior.  getaddrinfo() is
not changed recently.
I can see similar behavior on my 6.2-RELEASE box (gailookup.pl does
just calling getaddrinfo() from perl).  I use BIND 9.4.2 for local
cache server.

ume at ameno:local/etc% uname -a                        
FreeBSD ameno.mahoroba.org 6.2-RELEASE-p10 FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE-p10 #0: Tue Jan 15 11:44:01 JST 2008     root at ameno.mahoroba.org:/misc/obj/usr/src/sys/AMENO  i386
ume at ameno:local/etc% gailookup.pl europe.pool.ntp.org
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.255.167.69, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.133.123.125, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=88.198.39.175, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=81.169.172.219, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=84.2.42.31, port=0
ume at ameno:local/etc% gailookup.pl europe.pool.ntp.org
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.255.167.69, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.133.123.125, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=84.2.42.31, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=88.198.39.175, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=81.169.172.219, port=0
ume at ameno:local/etc% gailookup.pl europe.pool.ntp.org
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.255.167.69, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=213.133.123.125, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=81.169.172.219, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=84.2.42.31, port=0
family=2, socktype=1, protocol=6, addr=88.198.39.175, port=0

Sincerely,

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Hajimu UMEMOTO @ Internet Mutual Aid Society Yokohama, Japan
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