[Pdns-users] Problem with pdns_recursor 3.1 and Java Jabberserver Wildfire
dna at informatik.uni-kiel.de
Fri Jun 23 14:13:20 UTC 2006
bert hubert schrieb:
> Are both of you on Solaris? Sparc or x86? I can resolve the domain just fine
> here using 3.1.2-rc1.
I'm on x86 with debian sarge.
> And if you ask a second time?
It does not work if wildfire ask a second time, always rcode=-1.
If i ask on the shell with dig it works every time.
It is really confusing because dig and wildfire questions work, if i use
a public bind resolver.
> What exact error do you get, Kenneth?
> On Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 08:57:40AM -0500, Kenneth Marshall wrote:
>> I can reproduce the behavior. bind will resolve it, but the pdns-recursor
>> will not.
>> On Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 03:48:19PM +0200, Daniel Nauck wrote:
>>> today i changed from a public bind resolver to my own pdns_recursor 3.1.1.
>>> But from now on, my wildfire jabber server can't establish any
>>> server2server connection.
>>> I'm using Wildfire 2.6.2(http://www.jivesoftware.org/wildfire/) with
>>> Java 5 Update 7.
>>> pdns_recursor trace when wildfire ask a question:
>>> Jun 23 15:23:20  question for '_xmpp-server._tcp.amessage.at.|ANY'
>>> from 188.8.131.52
>>> Jun 23 15:23:20  answer to question
>>> '_xmpp-server._tcp.amessage.at.|ANY': 0 answers, 0 additional, took 0
>>> packets, 0 throttled, 0 timeouts, 0 tcp connections, rcode=-1
>>> But if i ask the same with "dig" on the shell it works fine:
>>> dig result:
>>> pdns_recursor trace:
>>> Switching back to public bind resolvers solve the problem.
>>> I'm really not sure if this is a problem of java, wildfire or the
>>> I also tested it with pdns_recursor 3.1.2-rc2.
>>> Thanks for help,
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