nslookup return value changed when failed searching host
Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2013
Applies to:Linux OS - Version Oracle Linux 6.4 and later
After customer upgraded to Oracle Linux 6.4 , cluster verification utility (cluvfy) of DB fails as nslookup returns 1 instead of 0 , as expected in Oracle Linux 5.x versions.
In Oracle Linux 5.x, even nslookup failed with none-existing host, returns 0.
DB installation will not proceed after upgrading the OS to Oracle Linux 6.4.
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