You will also have to check the name server configuration files /etc/named.conf.
In my case, I have a caching only server so no local names are supported. but
you may have a local zone defined which may have the name.
well, part of the name. When the system uses DNS for a lookup it appends
the domain specified in the /etc/resolv.conf to the hostname to find an IP number.
Because my /etc/resolv.conf file is configured via DHCP, my ISP specifies that
My addition is the 192.168.0.8 for my local server to access the local cache.
This means that any hostname being referenced will be <hostname>.myhome.westell.com.
It is possible to add another search entry to try a different domain (say for local