Be sure to add options ndots:1 (or 2) in your resolv.conf
On 28/02/11 08:44, stephen mulcahy wrote:
>> Has anyone had any problems on Ubuntu or Debian with DNS resolution?
> In particular, has anyone seen their systems generating lots of
> unneccesary queries? Specifically, I have systems configured with the
> following resolv.conf (actual values changed)
>> domain blah.example.com
> search foo.example.com aaa.example.com
> nameserver 10.0.0.1
> nameserver 10.0.0.2
>> What I'm seeing in the nameserver query logs is lots of queries for
> things like
>> My expectation of the above DNS config is that it would first try to
> use www.google.com and only tries things like
> www.google.com.foo.example.com if the initial queried name didn't
> contain any dots or www.google.com didn't resolve.
>> Is my understanding wrong here? Has anyone else seen similar problems?
>> Thanks for any thoughts.
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