invalid response from Proxy dns lookup failure in my domains
mightydreams at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 16:18:44 UTC 2011
On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 9:00 PM, Dan Sheffner <dsheffner at gmail.com> wrote:
> A work around the DNS is editing the /etc/hosts file and hard coding your
> servers there. Do you have access to this file?
That is the only thing that came to my mind also.(Yes I have access to
Believe me there are corresponding entries.
As follows in /etc/hosts
Here is my /etc/resolv.conf entries
nameserver <corporate DNS IP>
I feel there should be some thing which tells in resolv.conf not to
look to corporate DNS for the entries in /etc/hosts
as those entries will not be put by sys admins of organization.
But I need the Corporate DNS also.
So is there some way where I can give priority to entries in
/etc/hosts on my server to the Corporate DNS and also use
the corporate DNS (which is where I get connected to internet also)
My feeling is that when ever a website is proxy passed
ProxyPass /something http://site1.myserver.com:8080something
ProxyPassReverse /something http://site1.myserver.com:8080something
then the above site1.myserver.com is not getting resolved which is why
I am getting these errors.
I do not know how does Apache queries i.e. wether it looks for
/etc/hosts first or /etc/resolv.conf
to find out the Domain Names and thus I am getting an error that proxy
is unable to handle the /something
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