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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat SOA primary name server understanding Post 302838207 by csorhand on Monday 29th of July 2013 06:56:35 AM
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Thats need to be the one of your primary IP of your BIND server. not just any server.

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nsquery(1)						      General Commands Manual							nsquery(1)

       nsquery - name server query command

       /usr/ucb/nsquery [ lookup ] [ host ] [ server ]

       The command provides an interface to obtain host name and address information.

       If  you	specify  host,	the command obtains information about the specified host. If no host is specified, the command obtains information
       about the local host system.

       If you specify server, the command queries the BIND server that you specify. If you do not  specify  a  server,	the  command  queries  the
       default BIND server.

       lookup  Retrieves the host name, Internet Protocol (IP) address, and aliases of the specified host.  If no host or server is specified, the
	       command obtains information about the local system from the default BIND server.

	       If you do specify the lookup option, the command obtains the information about  the  BIND  server  and  host  specified	(or  their
	       defaults).   If the system from which you issue the command is a BIND server, and you do not specify the lookup option, information
	       about only that server is retrieved.

       Directory containing BIND server data file

       BIND server boot file

       Host database file containing name to address mapping for BIND primary

       Host database file containing address to name mapping for BIND primary

       Local host database file containing address to name mapping for BIND

       BIND server cache file

       BIND data file

See Also
       nslookup(1), resolver(3), resolver(5), named(8)
       Guide to the BIND/Hesiod Service


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