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From Henrik Hudson <li...@rhavenn.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] no DNS resolution inside apache???
Date Fri, 10 Nov 2006 13:27:59 GMT
FYI: I uninstalled Apache 2.2.3 and installed Apache 1.3.x and now everything 
works flawlessly. I made zero other changes on the system between working and 
not working, so there either is a bug or something "wierd".

I was running dnstop  and when asking the server to do "hostnamelookups on" or 
DNS lookups inside the php module is was generating 0 DNS requests to 
anywhere.

Now, with 1.3 installed dnstop is showing plenty of traffic.


On Thursday 09 November 2006 19:09, Henrik Hudson <lists@rhavenn.net> sent a 
missive stating: 
> Hey List-
>
> I'm stumped on a problem. I have the following server:
>
> FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE
> apache: 2.2.3 from ports
> php4: 4.4.4 from ports and varios extensions from port loaded as a module
> my apache conf file are virtually dentical to a test server housed at our
> office
>
> the problem: the webserver can't do name resolution or hostname lookups.
> the problem came to light with some PHP scripts which are doing
> gethostbyname lookups. They aren't working. The scripts work when run from
> the CLI.
>
> Turning on Hostnamelookups doesn't do anything and IP addresses are not
> being looked up according to my logs.
>
> dns works:
> ping internal and external hosts resolve correctly
> dig / nslookup of internal and external hosts
> Perl CGI (on above apache server) work fine and from the command line
> PHP from the CLI work fin
>
> dns doesn't work:
> PHP gethostbyname / gethostbyaddr calls inside Apache don't work
> Apache can't do hostnamelookups (yes, i uncommented
> include/http-defaults.conf)
>
> DNS lookups work when looking up files from /etc/hosts
>
> I've triple checked resolv.conf, hosts  and nsswitch.conf and can't find
> any issues there.
>
> Anyone have the slightest clue as to where the problem could be? How to
> further troubleshoot? Right now I think it's a Apache "issue", but I
> haven't the slightest clue as to why.
>
> Thanks.
>
> henrik

-- 
Henrik Hudson
lists@rhavenn.net
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