kirk at strauser.com
Thu Apr 15 12:11:00 PDT 2004
At 2004-04-15T18:35:47Z, Jerry McAllister <jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu> writes:
> I haven't heard that there is any specific evil involved, just that
> somewhere in the high court of those who pass judgement on such things, it
> has been decided to phase out nslookup in favor of new utilities.
Nope. nslookup is inherently flawed is that its results don't necessarily
reflect the results that the rest of your system may be getting. For more
information, Google of "nslookup is bad". For example:
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