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Re: Control of recursive searches

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  • From: "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" < >
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1993 15:01:19 +0100

Daniel,

|  > "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" woeber@localhost writes:
|
|  > Doing a lot of queries recently to get a picture which objects (network and
|  > AS) are missing or lacking essential information, I'd even like to suppress
|  > the recursive lookup from the _same_ source. Given the current speed of the
|  > software (very well done, indeed!), and sometimes 3 or 4 person links, the
|  > information I'm looking for is already gone from the top of the screen when
|  > the last person object was output.
|
|Well this exists!
|
|  > I think I definitely could live with something like 'whois -ar key',
|  > the -a flag used to control the set of sources,
|  > the -r flag to control recursive lookups.
|
|Exactly this is implemented. Are you pulling my leg? See examples below.

no, I don't :-) Sorry, I obviously got mixed up with (old) versions of whois.

My alias is pointing to something that still doesn't know about the -r flag.
	bash$ rw -r as760
	./whois: illegal option -- r
	usage: whois [-a] [-g] [-v] [-h hostname] key ...

Again, sorry for wasting bandwidth.
Wilfried.



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