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I've installed Solaris 11.3(live media) and configured DNS. Everytime I reboot the server, resolv.conf got deleted and it created a new nsswitch.conf.
I used below to configure both settings:
# svccfg -s dns/client
svc:/network/dns/client> setprop config/nameserver = (xx.xx.xx.aa... (1 Reply)
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I am using Ubuntu 12.04 with LXDE. This is office's allocated laptop.
I have a problem here now, my /etc/resolv.conf file is not getting updated automatically whenever I am switching network, i.e. home or office. I have to do it manually every-time, I manually input the office's DNS,... (3 Replies)
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Am trying to configure DNS server and trying to keep the information in /etc/resolv.conf file as:
when i restart the network service with #service network restart, resolv.conf file is changing as:
search server -... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: raosr020
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Hi all, :(
I am facing issue while I have updated in resolv.conf, after nework service restart, it was automatically deleted IP from resolv.conf file.
Could you please let me know what is the reason resolv.conf deleted any IP which I have manually updated, but it store only my router IP... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Pradipta Kumar
My resolv.conf keeps overwritten. I want to have it to just keep the setting that I put in there. I tried a few solutions I found using google.
like supersede domain-name "xxx", prepend domain-name-servers xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx;
This does'nt work.
I also tried to just chmod the file to... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: jld
I have enabled the resolv.conf to be configured with our DNS Network
and it's configured when I ping any hostname in my Network from the server it's giving me the hostname of that machine (witch mean it's working fine )
but I‘m facing slowness in my connection when I rename... (13 Replies)
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A quick question during a audit this was determined to be a security issue
In the resolv.conf there is a “.” At the end of the domain name
I which to understand the function or significance of the .
thk (3 Replies)
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I am making a script,That will does the following,I am in search of ideas
1.Script will comment all existing the entries in resolve.conf
2.Add new entries like this
I can use sed to add comment. (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: aliahsan81
I want to have 7 search domains in my resolv.conf, but it seems to like only the first six.
I read somewhere that the OS will only recognize the first 6 (or the first 154 characters). Is that the case with SUSE 10?
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I am new to unix. I have edited the /etc/resolv.conf. It shows
These are the same ips of the dns I use for windows. Still I get no name resolution on the internet. I can ping external ip's is there anything else I need to check? (1 Reply)
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