Subject: Re: resolver plans
To: Michael Graff <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/16/2000 09:53:34
>> I believe BIND9 getaddrinfo similarly does not obey nsswitch.conf
>> (or whatever) search order, since it internally calls getipnodebyname
>> equivalent function from inside. Just from code inspection so
>> I may be wrong...
>The "bind9" client-side resolver code is intended to be a reference
>implementation only, not to be used as production code. I should
>know, I wrote a fair bit of it. :)
>I'd just look at how the lightweight resolver daemon is called (using
>lwres_getaddrinfo() for instance) and put that into libc. I have
>actually done this to some degree, and was getting forward and reverse
>lookups from ping6, traceroute6, and ssh with ipv4/v6 support.
I've mentioned in another thread, pls look at
I think this is better behavior against search order.
(I agree it is VERY dirty hack)