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From "Chris Means" <cme...@intfar.com>
Subject RE: Logging in the new DNSServer service
Date Fri, 06 Jun 2003 13:02:40 GMT
I just installed James 2.2.0a3 early this morning, everything looks like
it's working fine.

Then this morning I saw this in the DNSserver log:

06/06/03 01:48:23 INFO  dnsserver: Autodiscovery is enabled - trying to
discover your system's DNS Servers
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: Adding autodiscovered server 64.81.159.2
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: Adding autodiscovered server 216.231.41.2
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: DNS Server is: 64.81.159.2
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: DNS Server is: 216.231.41.2
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: DNS Server is: 64.81.159.2
06/06/03 01:48:24 INFO  dnsserver: DNS Server is: 216.231.41.2
06/06/03 04:05:44 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 04:17:30 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
ws.apache.org.
06/06/03 04:47:31 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 04:52:09 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 05:07:05 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
galamail.com.
06/06/03 05:17:50 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 05:35:14 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 05:46:09 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
ws.apache.org.
06/06/03 05:49:12 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 06:06:08 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 06:17:35 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 06:20:42 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
moh006.offershouse.com.
06/06/03 06:25:08 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 06:29:30 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 07:04:42 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 07:22:13 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 07:40:28 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
jakarta.apache.org.
06/06/03 08:00:51 ERROR dnsserver: Couldn't resolve MX records for domain
ws.apache.org.


So suddenly, I'm worried that mail from apache.org isn't getting through...

Yes, if things are still working...please don't even bother mentioning it
<g> I don't even see the point of this being an INFO entry if there are no
actual problems/issues that need to be known about.

Thanks.

-Chris

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Noel J. Bergman [mailto:noel@devtech.com]
> Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 12:42 AM
> To: James-Dev Mailing List
> Subject: Logging in the new DNSServer service
>
>
> The new DNS service contains the following:
>
>   //If we found no results, we'll add the original domain name if
>   //it's a valid DNS entry
>   if (servers.size () == 0) {
>        StringBuffer logBuffer =
>            new StringBuffer(128)
>                    .append("Couldn't resolve MX records for domain ")
>                    .append(hostname)
>                    .append(".");
>        getLogger().error(logBuffer.toString());
>        try {
>            InetAddress.getByName(hostname);
>            servers.add(hostname);
>        } catch (UnknownHostException uhe) { ... }
>
> I am thinking that should be at INFO level, not ERROR level.  Anyone
> disagree?  For example, we get that message for e-mail coming
> from the ASF,
> because there aren't any MX records.  The code goes ahead and
> does the right
> thing, using the A record.
>
> 	--- Noel
>
>
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