17.10 - Checking Node and Unity Registration in the Windows DNS - Advanced SQL Engine - Teradata Database

Teradata Vantage™ - Advanced SQL Engine Security Administration

Product
Advanced SQL Engine
Teradata Database
Release Number
17.10
Published
July 2021
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2022-02-15
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Check if Vantage nodes, and the Unity server, if used, are registered in DNS.

  1. From the command prompt on a Teradata Vantage Advanced SQL Engine database node, or from the Linux prompt on a Unity server, run nslookup using the naming convention for your system:
    nslookup [node_name|unity_server_name]
  2. Additional action is based on the output returned by nslookup:
    • If a node or Unity server is not properly registered in DNS, for example,
      nslookup tdatsysa1-1
      Server:         141.206.3.8
      Address:        141.206.3.8#53
      
      ** server can't find tdatsysa1-1: SERVFAIL

      do the following step Adding Database Nodes and Unity Servers to UNIX DNS.

    • If all nodes and Unity servers are properly registered in DNS, they appear in the results from the nslookup command, for example,
      nslookup node_name
      Server:         141.206.3.8
      Address:        141.206.3.8#53
      
      Name: tdatsysa1-1.corp.teradata.com
      Address: 141.206.3.58

      go to Creating an Active Directory User for Each Node and Unity Server.