# Generated by NetworkManager
and when I try printing it out from the phoenix.sh script during
startup, it's overwritten and is empty, and gets filled up again by the
time the system is fully booted. I tried making James start after
network manager, which I assumed was the one causing this, but strangely
that didn't help. I also tried adding appropriate nameservers to some
dhcp config file (don't remember exactly, I just did what someone
suggested) but it didn't help either.
Eric MacAdie wrote:
> One question: Are the name servers in your /etc/resolv.conf file also
> in your James config.xml file in the config/dnsserver/servers tag?
> Those should be the same.
> Eric MacAdie
> A. Rothman wrote:
>> Thanks for the follow up - no, I haven't found a solution yet, but it
>> seems to work ok even with the errors shown, so it got pushed down my
>> todo list...
>> Regarding #1, I think this is not a James issue per-se (other than an
>> error in the wiki about how to set up James as a daemon), but
>> something about the ubuntu/debian startup sequence which causes James
>> to load before the appropriate network services are set up - I've
>> discussed this with some linux ppl, tried a few configuration
>> changes, but still haven't nailed it. I'll keep at it when I have the
>> time, and when I come up with a solution, I'll update the wiki and/or
>> reply to this thread...
>> Of course, if anyone has suggestions in the meanwhile, I'd very much
>> appreciate help :-)
>> As for #2 and #3, I didn't get an authoritative reply, but I'm
>> assuming for the time being that it is not in fact an error (I didn't
>> notice any side effects yet), and that the dnsserver component is in
>> fact a dns client (it makes more sense).
>> Eric MacAdie wrote:
>>> Did you ever solve this issue? Looking at the thread it looks like
>>> you may not have (at least no such notice was sent to the list).
>>> Eric MacAdie
>>> A. Rothman wrote:
>>>> I'm migrating JAMES (2.3.1) from Windows to Ubuntu Jaunty,
>>>> installed as a daemon following the guidelines in the james wiki,
>>>> and seem to have some DNS problems. If started from the command
>>>> line, everyting runs fine. But when started by a reboot, the
>>>> dnsserver* log show that no dns server was auto-detected, as well
>>>> as java.net.PortUnreachableExceptions when trying to send a
>>>> message, and the james* log shows the error: "ERROR James: Cannot
>>>> get IP address(es) for domain.name". I tried to workaround this by
>>>> explicitly specifying the dns server in the configuration, and now
>>>> sending messages works ok (no exception), but the latter error
>>>> remains. So -
>>>> 1. What reasons might it have to fail at dns autodiscovery only
>>>> during boot time?
>>>> 2. Is the error "Cannot get IP address(es) for domain.name" really
>>>> an error? What implications might this have? Since with the
>>>> explicitly configured dns server, both sending and receiving
>>>> messages seem to be ok even with the error shown...
>>>> 3. Is the dns component really a dns server (as the log name
>>>> implies)? or a dns client? Should I configure the firewall for a
>>>> dns server?
>>>> Any help would be much appreciated :-)
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