[Pdns-users] Exception: unknown escape sequence on NAPTR regex
pdns at obfusc8.org
Tue Jul 29 07:08:26 UTC 2008
No one else is serving NAPTR E2U expressions from PowerDNS?
Peter Fern wrote:
> Hello list,
> I am attempting to serve NAPTR records with E2U regular expressions,
> requiring escaping of characters by employing a '\', eg:
> 100 0 "u" "E2U+sip" "!^\+([0-9][0-9][0-9])$!sip:\1 at somesiphost.com!" .
> I'm running a master/slave setup, with a gmysql backend master, and bind
> backend slaves, both now running 2.9.21. I was previously running
> 2.9.20, but whilst gmysql was serving results perfectly, the bind
> backends were choking trying to serve NAPTR, returning:
> Jul 17 17:25:01 ipbx pdns-slave: Backend error: Missing content
> for type NAPTR 'xxx.xxx.xxx'
> as per ticket #67
> (http://wiki.powerdns.com/cgi-bin/trac.fcgi/ticket/67). Following the
> advice there, I've updated to 2.9.21 for the MOADNSParser, however now
> the gmysql backend reports:
> Jul 17 18:19:35 ipbx pdns-master: Exception: unknown escape sequence
> when trying to serve escaped data. The assumption in ticket #170
> (http://wiki.powerdns.com/cgi-bin/trac.fcgi/ticket/170) is clearly
> wrong, and not exactly the response I would have expected (nor, I
> assume, would the reporter).
> Can anyone shed some light on why pdns is attempting to process escape
> sequences when parsing a record? And more to the point, is there an
> easy way to fix this behaviour.
> Peter Fern
> Pdns-users mailing list
> Pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
More information about the Pdns-users