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I am trying to take a look at the dns_cache.db file that is generated by webalizer when doing DNS lookups to find out why some host files seem not to be resolved resolved properly.

Is there any way I can do that under windows (wcmgr does not work there)?

Thank you & regards, flickaswitch

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That's probably going to be a Berkeley DB file. You should be able to use perl or python's berkeley DB interfaces to get the contents.

Perl DBI Example

There's more information about Berkeley DB at:

Oracle Berkely DB Pages

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