Subject: misc/333: Update to root.cache
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List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 07/09/1994 19:05:05
>Number:         333
>Category:       misc
>Synopsis:       The root.cache file is based on old information.
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       low
>Responsible:    gnats-admin (Misc Bug People)
>State:          open
>Class:          change-request
>Submitter-Id:   net
>Arrival-Date:   Sat Jul  9 19:05:04 1994
>Originator:     Charlie &
"	University of Michigan - EECS
>Release:        NetBSD 0.9C July 7 sources
	Gateway 2000 4DX2/66, NetBSD 0.9C, i386 
System: NetBSD 0.9C NetBSD 0.9C (MUNCH) #0: Fri Jul 8 11:00:12 EDT 1994 i386

	OK, I blew the last one, but this one should be good, albeit minor.
	The file root.cache is based on old information.  The only item in the
	file that seems realy wrong is the entry.  When you
	nslookup it, nslookup complains about a non-exsistant domain.  These
	entries are only hints, so it shouldn't be too big of a deal, but it's
	always nice to keep up to date.
	Just ftp the file netinfo/root-servers.txt from to see that
	the entries in the new root-servers file differ from the current
	root.cache file.  ( This root-servers.txt file is new as of May 1994 )
	Either ftp down the new file or use the file included below.

----------------------- /etc/namedb/root.cache -----------------------------
;		Servers for the root domain
.			99999999	IN	NS	NS.NIC.DDN.MIL.
			99999999	IN	NS	AOS.BRL.MIL.
			99999999	IN	NS	C.NYSTER.NET.
			99999999	IN	NS	TERP.UMD.EDU.
			99999999	IN	NS	NS.NASA.GOV.
			99999999	IN	NS	NIC.NORDU.NET.
			99999999	IN	NS	NS1.ISI.EDU.
			99999999	IN	NS	NS.INTERNIC.NET.

;		Root servers by address
NS.NIC.DDN.MIL.		99999999	IN	A
AOS.BRL.MIL.		99999999	IN	A
			99999999	IN	A
			99999999	IN	A
C.NYSER.NET.		99999999	IN	A
TERP.UMD.EDU.		99999999	IN	A
NS.NASA.GOV.		99999999	IN	A
			99999999	IN	A
NIC.NORDU.NET.		99999999	IN	A
NS1.ISI.EDU.		99999999	IN	A