On Wed, Mar 21, 2007 at 01:23:39PM -0700, Chuck Swiger wrote: > Hi, Doug-- > > On Mar 21, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Doug Poland wrote: > [ ...named logs... ] > >I trimmed out date/time stamp and it's obvious what the client, > >IP#port, query: name are for. Also, I get what the: IN A MX SOA > >PTR flags are. But what do the following characters mean? > > > >- > >+ > >AAAA - > >AAAA + > >-E > > > >I googled and did a little experimenting with dig but sure would be > >nice if there's a document out there that describes all these. > > Using the source (/usr/src/contrib/bind9/bin/named/query.c) suggests: > > ns_client_log(client, NS_LOGCATEGORY_QUERIES, > NS_LOGMODULE_QUERY, > level, "query: %s %s %s %s%s%s", namebuf, > classname, > typename, WANTRECURSION(client) ? "+" : "-", > (client->signer != NULL) ? "S": "", > (client->opt != NULL) ? "E" : ""); > > AAAA refers to an IPv6 address lookup, similar to an IPv4 "A" > lookup. "+" or "-" indicates whether the client requested recursion, > and perhaps suggests whether it infers whether it should be talking > to a nameserver which is authoritative for a given zone. "S" would > indicate the response was cryptographically signed using TSIG or > whatever BIND's nickname for PKI is, and "E" seems to indicate > whether one of the following two options is set: > > /* > * This option is deprecated since we now only consider nibbles. > #define DNS_BYADDROPT_IPV6NIBBLE 0x0001 > */ > #define DNS_BYADDROPT_IPV6INT 0x0002 > Well, why didn't I think of going to the source? That makes a little more sense. I was afraid those - and E symbols were indicating some type of error. Thanks for the info.
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