Re: squid problems with DNS resolution
On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 08:40:16PM -0500, Greg Norris wrote:
> > I've recently setup squid for a small home network (2 boxes, not
> > counting the proxy server itself). Unfortunately, I instantly get the
> > error text below when I try to access a non-cached site. If I do a
> > shift-reload, the site will then load successfully, and I won't have
> > any further trouble with it.
> Just for grins I tried upgrading squid to 2.5.3, using Aurelien Jarno's
> woody backport. The problem appears to be slightly less prominent in
> this release, but it's definitely still present.
I've enabled debugging messages for pdnsd, and they seem to confirm
that it's working properly. For example, I just got a squid error
trying to access www.debris.com, but pdnsd shows a successful query.
272 08/08 22:11:25| Received query.
272 08/08 22:11:25| Questions are:
272 08/08 22:11:25| qc=IN (1), qt=A (1), query="www.debris.com."
272 08/08 22:11:25| Starting cached resolve for: www.debris.com., query A
272 08/08 22:11:25| Trying name servers.
272 08/08 22:11:25| Query to 22.214.171.124 succeeded.
272 08/08 22:11:25| p_dns_resolve: using local cent copy.
272 08/08 22:11:25| Outbound msg len 32, tc=0, rc="no error"
272 08/08 22:11:25| Answering to: 127.0.0.1, source address:
At this point I'm fairly certain that it's a squid problem of some
sort. I guess I should file a bug report, if noone has any suggestions
on how to squash this beastie...