Carlos E. R. wrote:
er@Telcontar:~> ping -v -6 google.com
ping: socket: Permission denied, attempting raw socket...
connect: Network is unreachable
I think that proves my point - it isn't nscd, it's the environment.
Clearly ping was able to resolve 'google.com' and tries to ping it,
but as you have no default route, the network is unreachable.
I don't care.
Well, it is important though - it tells you where to look, in your
environment. What you have created.
Maybe there is a problem with "fc00::"
addresses. Do you have any such
I'm just trying it now - I have defined a name "carlos.example.com" =
# nscd -i hosts
# host carlos.example.com
has IPv6 address fc00::1234
# ping carlos.example.com
PING carlos.example.com(fc00::1234 (fc00::1234)) 56 data bytes
Is there any chance your nscd is caching a negative lookup from earlier?
Per Jessen, Zürich (23.3°C)
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