Hostnames Missing

Jesse J
2016-09-14
2016-12-21
  • Jesse J

    Jesse J - 2016-09-14

    Hello Everyone,

    Currently I have the latest version of GestioIP v3.2 (patch version 10) installed. I am currently running CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511. I am currently using mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.6.33. My current issue is that after importing my hostnames and forcing a manual dns update I am not able to see my hostnames (never have been able to see them). I know my DNS is resolving the hostnames after I run the update and import. I can also see on the history button that the IP hostname has been changed.

    Is there anything you guys can suggest so that I can see my hostnames in ip_show.cgi? If you need any additional information please let me know.



    Thanks,

     
    Last edit: Jesse J 2016-09-14
  • Marc Uebel

    Marc Uebel - 2016-09-14

    Hi Jesse
    Please access to the mysql database, execute the following statements and send the output to contact@gestioip.net.

    $ mysql -u gestioip -p
    mysql> use gestioip;
    mysql> select * from host where ip=inet_aton('172.21.80.1');
    mysql> select * from categorias;
    mysql> select * from locations;
    mysql> exit;

    I will have a look and tell you something.
    Thanks
    Marc

     
  • Jesse J

    Jesse J - 2016-09-14
    Post awaiting moderation.
  • Marc Uebel

    Marc Uebel - 2016-12-21

    Hi Jesse
    Please execute the following sql statements in the mysql database;
    mysql> insert into locations (id, loc, client_id) values ("-1", "NULL", 9999);
    mysql> insert into categorias (id, cat) values ("-1", "NULL");
    Thanks,
    Marc

     

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