Does anyone know if the DC specified in LMHOSTS file becomes unavailable, Will jCIFS try the WINS in web.xml as a fallback mechanism to resolve domain names. This is assuming resolveOrder = LMHOSTS, WINS.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
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On Mon, 19 Jun 2006 13:19:15 -0500
"Ghouse, Sherjeel" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Does anyone know if the DC specified in LMHOSTS file becomes
> unavailable, Will jCIFS try the WINS in web.xml as a fallback mechanism
> to resolve domain names. This is assuming resolveOrder = LMHOSTS, WINS.
No. Once the name has been successfully resolved the lookup is complete.
The only retry/fallback type of behavior in jcifs is:
1) if a server specified in jcifs.netbios.wins is not responding the
next one is tried if specified OR
2) if the Filter specific property jcifs.http.loadBalance is not false and
jcifs.smb.client.domain is specified and WINS returns multiple addresses
for the specifed domain and the chosen server is not responding, then
the next server in the list will be tried.