[ldns-users] Drill date strageness
matthijs at NLnetLabs.nl
Wed Dec 8 13:41:40 CET 2010
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Hi Pásztor János,
The high verboisty (-V 5) makes drill print the query packets as well.
The dig output doesn't show query packets, just response packets.
Query packets don't have meaningful information about query time and
received bytes. I think therefore, also the timestamp was not set.
In trunk, I have added code that does set the timestamp, so you can at
least see when the query was sent. Query time and MSG SIZE rcvd stay 0,
On 11/29/2010 11:00 PM, Pásztor János wrote:
> Today i've made some experiment with drill, and found some strange dates
> in the answers. I've made a trace to the domain 'se.' form the root,
> with verbosity 5. And i've found that all dates are ';; WHEN: Thu Jan 1
> 01:00:00 1970' After i repeat the experiment with dig, and it printed
> out the correct dates.
> I've attached the two replies. I use debian 5.0.7, ldns 1.6.7 and DiG
> Is this intentional?
> Best regards,
> ldns-users mailing list
> ldns-users at open.nlnetlabs.nl
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