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Manual Reference Pages  -  RERESOLVE (1)

NAME

reresolve - retry unresolved IP addresses in a DB file

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Authors

SYNOPSIS

reresolve [-d dbfile] [other dns-terror options]

DESCRIPTION

reresolve reads a DB file produced by dns-terror and runs the unresolved IP addresses in it through dns-terror -r (which updates the DB file with the new results). Usually, some addresses do resolve if retried, due to temporary network failures or slowness when the original queries were made. It passes any options given to it to dns-terror. The default DB file name is the same as for dns-terror, ip2host.db.

SEE ALSO

dns-terror(1)

AUTHORS

David MacKenzie <djm@djmnet.org>. Please send comments and bug reports to <fastresolve-bugs@djmnet.org>.
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Fastresolve RERESOLVE (1) August 1999

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