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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] Add support for DNS TXT records

> On 03/30/2011 01:00 PM, Michal Novotny wrote:
>>> I think you should triage it a bit more, e.g. with strace -ff.  Anyway,
>>> there is no hurry of doing this I think.
>> Well, you mean to use strace on the daemonized process?
> Wherever it helps understanding what's happening. :)
>>>> Also, I've been testing the --txt-record once again and not grabbed it
>>>> with wireshark and I had to query the "txt-record" TXT record for this
>>>> and the wireshark was showing the quotes there as well now. Should I
>>>> disable it then and use the working syntax for record name which
>>>> (according to my testing) is to use *--txt-record=txt-record,"some
>>>> value, which is something"* instead, i.e. to not use quotes in the name?
>>> I absolutely cannot parse this sentence.
>> Well, what I meant was that if I invoked dnsmasq with
>> --txt-record="txt-record", "some value" then I had to dig for
>> "txt-record" with quotes, i.e. using the dig TXT \"txt-record\" syntax
>> in bash. In Wireshark it was showing request for record with the quotes,
>> i.e. "txt-record" instead of querying just for txt-record, i.e. without
>> quotes. To be able to query it without quotes I had to invoke dnsmasq
>> with --txt-record=txt-record, "some value" arguments.
> Who was escaping the double-quotes?
> Paolo

Well, it's working without the quotes and I just made a typo there
before and that's why invocation failed. Now it's OK without the quotes.


Michal Novotny <minovotn redhat com>, RHCE
Virtualization Team (xen userspace), Red Hat

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