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I work at Transmachina AB in Sweden and France. We run the localization web service called Sprawk which runs on Java/Tomcat with a Mongo database. There are plugins available for Drupal and WordPress.


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accepted Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
Dec
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
Thanks! Adding the search . line did the trick!
Dec
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
In regards to this being a sane setup: my logic was that I want all non-specified domains to go to our production webserver www., but I want to be able to be able to update the pointer quickly should that server go down and I want to point it to our backup cluster. Is there a better way?
Nov
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revised Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
added output of ping with trailing dot
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
@Peter - I presume something is appending a 'default' extension making it treat it like randomdomain123.blah.example.com
Nov
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
@JennyD Roger that.
Nov
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
Thanks - will check it out, plus added an explanation on why I have the wildcard.
Nov
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revised Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
Added more explanation
Nov
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revised Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
fixed typo
Nov
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comment Why does my linux server resolve all domains (even non-existant ones)
Updated the question with better explanation.
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revised Improve read performance on ext4 on Centos with software raid1?
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asked Improve read performance on ext4 on Centos with software raid1?
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answered rkhunter warns of inode change but no file modification date changes