Mar 19, 2019

Mar 19, 2019 Fix Vmware Unable to Resolve Hostname (DNS)/Unable to Open Apr 09, 2013 Solved: Onboard Android - Unable to Resolve Hostname

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Unable to resolve host name on VMWare Server when opening client console ccochran Aug 21, 2008 8:59 AM On my Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64 box, I just upgraded VMWare Server from 2.0 RC1 to 2.0 RC2 and everything seemed to work except for the following: EAC freeDB unable to resolve host name If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

Unable to resolve host "": No address associated with hostname #2. Closed lovebell opened this issue Apr 2, 2018 · 17 comments Closed Unable to resolve host "": No address associated with hostname #2.

When you run the command above you'll be prompted for the root password you set when the Windows Linux subsystem was installed. Also, since this command starts a shell for the root user just before it runs you'll actually see the sudo: unable to resolve host WHATEVER message one last time just before the change is made. Host names are resolved to IP addresses by a DNS server (Domain Name Server). Solution. Double check the host name you have entered. If you have verified that the hostname is correct, there may be a problem with your DNS server (or with your ISP's DNS server if you are a standalone user). It may be unable to resolve hostnames to IP addresses. May 30, 2019 · TNS-12545: Connect failed because target host or object does not exist. TNS-12545 complains about hostname can not be resolve. As we can see, the network service name points to a host called primary01 which could be the source of problem. Let's resolve the hostname by nslookup through DNS C:\Users\ed>nslookup primary01 Author Topic: wget unable to resolve host address please help!!! (Read 4496 times) (Read 4496 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. "netbackup unable to resolve hostname , no hostname alias added to pem name manager." Started seeing this about two weeks ago.. Not sure if is the cause because I dont remember seeing it with version Been searching the forums, and google and the manual.. Not seeing a solution to this issue. Dec 21, 2019 · If your backup client hostname is not resolvable via DNS then you will need to add a hosts file entry (on the Master Server and also on any Media Servers) for the backup client, and then issue the command: bpclntcmd -clear_host_cache on Master Server and all Media Servers. orion : Jul 25 10:17:31 : root : unable to resolve host orion orion : Jul 26 02:17:18 : root : unable to resolve host orion orion : Jul 26 21:17:19 : root : unable to resolve host orion orion is the hostname of the server (and can normally be resolved since I have various services/programs using this hostname without problems).