Query a local server, using search options
#include <sys/types.h> #include <netinet/in.h> #include <arpa/nameser.h> #include <resolv.h> int res_search( const char * dname, int class, int type, u_char * answer, int anslen );
- The fully qualified domain name that you want to query.
- The class of information that you want; one of:
- C_IN — ARPA Internet.
- C_CHAOS — Chaos net (MIT).
- C_HS — Hesiod name server (MIT).
- C_ANY — any class.
You typically use C_IN.
- The type of information that you want. You typically use T_PTR, but you can use any of the T_* constants defined in <arpa/nameser.h>.
- A pointer to a buffer where the function can store the answer to the query.
- The length of the buffer.
Use the -l socket option to qcc to link against this library.
The res_search() routine makes an Internet domain name search. Like res_query(), res_search() makes a query and waits for a response. But it also implements the default and search rules controlled by the RES_DEFNAMES and RES_DNSRCH options. It returns the first successful reply.
The resolver routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers.
Global configuration and state information used by the resolver routines is kept in the structure _res. For more information on the options, see res_init().
RFC 974, RFC 1032, RFC 1033, RFC 1034, RFC 1035
The length of a reply message, in bytes, or -1 if an error occurs (h_errno is set).
See herror .
- When set, LOCALDOMAIN contains a domain name that overrides the current domain name.
Last modified: 2014-06-24