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How to disable that the host don't look att the domain?

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How to disable that the host don't look at the domain server ?
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by:woolmilkporc
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What do you mean with "domain server" in this context?
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by:LindaC
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1.2.3.4.10    hostname.domain.com    hostname


In our company there is the domain servers that manage another department.

We need to do some test in another sever bringing all from that server to the new one - all identical, but with the exception that don't look the domain server.


There is some fiell that has this configured and you have to configure on the host as to not to see the domain severs.
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Do you mean the Domain Name Server (DNS)?

That's in defined /etc/resolv.conf, and /etc/netsvc.conf (the "hosts ..." entry) configures the search order.

So if you actually want to suspend the use of DNS either rename /etc/resolv.conf or change in /etc/netsvc.conf

"hosts = local, bind" (or "hosts = bind, local" or similar) to
"hosts = local"

wmp
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Thank you !
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