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#1 Dec. 31, 2010 19:54:22

Gustavo L.
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 19:37:14 -0000, Michael Maclean<mich...@no-surprises.co.uk> wrote:Hi,I've seen quite a few reports that some people are seeing a CentOS testpage when going tohttp://lxr.php.net. I, however, don't. If anyonereading this sees this, can you reply and let me know what your DNSresolves lxr.php.net as? Ideally, the output from dig or dnstracer wouldbe handy. It *should* be resolving as a CNAME to sp2.php.net.ns6.easydns.net seems to be giving a bad response.

$ dig +noall +trace +answer lxr.php.net


php.net. 172800 IN NS ns1.easydns.com.
php.net. 172800 IN NS ns2.easydns.com.
php.net. 172800 IN NS remote1.easydns.com.
php.net. 172800 IN NS remote2.easydns.com.
php.net. 172800 IN NS ns3.easydns.org.
php.net. 172800 IN NS ns6.easydns.net.
;; Received 255 bytes from 192.26.92.30#53(c.gtld-servers.net) in 145 ms

lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218
php.net. 86400 IN NS ns2.easydns.com.
php.net. 86400 IN NS ns1.easydns.com.
php.net. 86400 IN NS remote2.easydns.com.
php.net. 86400 IN NS remote1.easydns.com.
;; Received 218 bytes from 72.52.2.1#53(ns2.easydns.com) in 58 ms


$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218

glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218
glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218
glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote2.easydns.com lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218
glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s3.easydns.org lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218
glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s6.easydns.net lxr.php.net
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN A 94.23.222.92



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#2 Dec. 31, 2010 20:01:58

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You have to wait unzil the TTL is over
Jesus why is the TTL so hughe?

lxr.php.net. 61221 IN A 94.23.222.92

$ dig A lxr.php.n***@*S2.EASYDNS.COM
lxr.php.net. 86400 IN CNAME sp2.php.net.
sp2.php.net. 86400 IN A 173.236.52.218

BTW:
What poor setup to display software-information on a non-configured hostname
even calling ip-address directly instead mod_security blocking such calls


Am 31.12.2010 20:37, schrieb Michael Maclean:
> Hi,
> I've seen quite a few reports that some people are seeing a CentOS test page
> when going tohttp://lxr.php.net. I,
> however, don't. If anyone reading this sees this, can you reply and let me
> know what your DNS resolves lxr.php.net
> as? Ideally, the output from dig or dnstracer would be handy. It *should* be
> resolving as a CNAME to sp2.php.net.signature.ascDescription:OpenPGP digital signature

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#3 Dec. 31, 2010 20:03:18

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On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 20:53, Gustavo Lopes <glo***@*ebm.ist.utl.pt> wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 19:37:14 -0000, Michael Maclean
> <mich...@no-surprises.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> I've seen quite a few reports that some people are seeing a CentOS test
>> page when going tohttp://lxr.php.net. I, however, don't. If anyone reading
>> this sees this, can you reply and let me know what your DNS resolves
>> lxr.php.net as? Ideally, the output from dig or dnstracer would be handy. It
>> *should* be resolving as a CNAME to sp2.php.net.
>>
>
> ns6.easydns.net seems to be giving a bad response.
>
> $ dig +noall +trace  +answer lxr.php.net
>
>
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns1.easydns.com.
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns2.easydns.com.
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      remote1.easydns.com.
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      remote2.easydns.com.
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns3.easydns.org.
> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns6.easydns.net.
> ;; Received 255 bytes from 192.26.92.30#53(c.gtld-servers.net) in 145 ms
>
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      ns2.easydns.com.
> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      ns1.easydns.com.
> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      remote2.easydns.com.
> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      remote1.easydns.com.
> ;; Received 218 bytes from 72.52.2.1#53(ns2.easydns.com) in 58 ms
>
>
> $ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>
> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote2.easydns.com lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s3.easydns.org lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s6.easydns.net lxr.php.net
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      A       94.23.222.92


ns6 is also returning bogus results for prototype.php.net..
I bet it has something to do with my awesome syntax error in the file
coupleof days ago - ans ns6 isn't smart enough to retrieve the update.
Wise guys tell me bumping the serial after fixing the syntax isn't
always enough, and you actually have to add a new entry.. I'll try
that :)

-Hannes

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#4 Dec. 31, 2010 20:12:24

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[PHP-DEV] LXR


On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 15:00, Reindl Harald <h.rei***@*helounge.net> wrote:
> You have to wait unzil the TTL is over
> Jesus why is the TTL so hughe?
>
> lxr.php.net.  61221  IN  A  94.23.222.92
>
> $ dig A lxr.php.n***@*S2.EASYDNS.COM
> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>
> BTW:
> What poor setup to display software-information on a non-configured hostname
> even calling ip-address directly instead mod_security blocking such calls

Blame the CentOS default configuration for that one.

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#5 Dec. 31, 2010 20:20:43

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On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 15:00, Hannes Magnusson
<hannes.magnus***@*mail.com> wrote:
>
> ns6 is also returning bogus results for prototype.php.net..
> I bet it has something to do with my awesome syntax error in the file
> coupleof days ago - ans ns6 isn't smart enough to retrieve the update.
> Wise guys tell me bumping the serial after fixing the syntax isn't
> always enough, and you actually have to add a new entry.. I'll try
> that :)

Make the TTLs all 1 while you're in there. May as well go from
one extreme to the other and DoS ourselves.

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#6 Dec. 31, 2010 22:09:03

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On 31/12/10 20:00, Reindl Harald wrote:What poor setup to display software-information on a non-configured hostname
even calling ip-address directly instead mod_security blocking such callsThe IP of the machine displaying the CentOS page is no longer mine, nordoes it have anything to do with PHP, so there's nothing we can do.--
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#7 Jan. 1, 2011 02:03:57

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On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 21:00, Hannes Magnusson
<hannes.magnus***@*mail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 20:53, Gustavo Lopes <glo***@*ebm.ist.utl.pt> wrote:
>> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 19:37:14 -0000, Michael Maclean
>> <mich...@no-surprises.co.uk> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> I've seen quite a few reports that some people are seeing a CentOS test
>>> page when going tohttp://lxr.php.net. I, however, don't. If anyone reading
>>> this sees this, can you reply and let me know what your DNS resolves
>>> lxr.php.net as? Ideally, the output from dig or dnstracer would be handy. It
>>> *should* be resolving as a CNAME to sp2.php.net.
>>>
>>
>> ns6.easydns.net seems to be giving a bad response.
>>
>> $ dig +noall +trace  +answer lxr.php.net
>>
>>
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns1.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns2.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      remote1.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      remote2.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns3.easydns.org.
>> php.net.                172800  IN      NS      ns6.easydns.net.
>> ;; Received 255 bytes from 192.26.92.30#53(c.gtld-servers.net) in 145 ms
>>
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      ns2.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      ns1.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      remote2.easydns.com.
>> php.net.                86400   IN      NS      remote1.easydns.com.
>> ;; Received 218 bytes from 72.52.2.1#53(ns2.easydns.com) in 58 ms
>>
>>
>> $ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>>
>> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote1.easydns.com lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*emote2.easydns.com lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s3.easydns.org lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      CNAME   sp2.php.net.
>> sp2.php.net.            86400   IN      A       173.236.52.218
>> glo...@nebm:~$ dig +noall +answer +nor***@*s6.easydns.net lxr.php.net
>> lxr.php.net.            86400   IN      A       94.23.222.92
>
>
> ns6 is also returning bogus results for prototype.php.net..
> I bet it has something to do with my awesome syntax error in the file
> coupleof days ago - ans ns6 isn't smart enough to retrieve the update.
> Wise guys tell me bumping the serial after fixing the syntax isn't
> always enough, and you actually have to add a new entry.. I'll try
> that :)


...And that seems to have fixed both the lxr and the prototype issues :)

-Hannes

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