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Re: Upcoming change to SOA values in .com and .net zones
On 1/7/04 6:31 PM, "Frank Louwers" <email@example.com> wrote: > Don't they use YYYYMMDDNN now? So today's version whould be 2004010801. > AFAIK, 1076370400 is actually "less" then 2004010801... > > I know there are ways to "trick" nameservers in believing less is more, > but that requires at least 2 changes, and I don't know if that is > actually RFC-compliant behaviour... Remember this is Verisign we're talking about, RFC's need not apply. More notably RFC1912 which recommends the YYYYMMDDnn format. If CTO at Verisign's head splits open and a UFO should fly out, I want you and everyone on this list to have expected it. -- Robert Blayzor, BOFH INOC, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org PGP: http://www.inoc.net/~dev/ Key fingerprint = 1E02 DABE F989 BC03 3DF5 0E93 8D02 9D0B CB1A A7B0 Never trust a program unless you have the source.