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Subject: QRY_FIRST does not disable recursion in all cases
Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 17:33:52 -0400
To: bug-Net-Whois-Raw [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Aaron Reffett <areffett [...] gmail.com>
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QRY_FIRST should disable recursive whois calls in all cases, but does not. The root cause appears to be a mis-placed check for $norecurse in recursive_whois in Raw.pm that only disables recursion for one of the many cases grepped out of the whois text.
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Птн Май 10 17:34:11 2013, areffett@gmail.com писал: Show quoted text
> QRY_FIRST should disable recursive whois calls in all cases, but does not. > The root cause appears to be a mis-placed check for $norecurse in > recursive_whois in Raw.pm that only disables recursion for one of the many > cases grepped out of the whois text.
I don't think that $norecurse check is misplaced in recursive_whois(). Other cases are not ordinary recursion. These are special cases that requre additional whois queries regardless of $norecurse value. Could you name some domains or IPs that cause unwanted recursive queries with QRY_FIRST?


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