Rotherham slipped further away from the play-off places as new boss Andy Scott saw them draw with Hereford.
Tom Pope and Ryan Taylor both went close, before Ryan Cresswell saw a header cleared off the line as the home side pushed for an opener.
The Bulls also went close to taking the lead when Joe Colbeck fired a shot against the upright.
However, neither side were able to find a winner at the Don Valley Stadium and had to settle for a point each.
Rotherham boss Andy Scott told BBC Radio Sheffield:
"I think everything was just conspiring against us there, it's probably the most dominant I've seen the team, certainly in League Two.
"We were very comfortable, created so many chances, countless blocked on the line, ones that bounced the wrong way for us, just couldn't get it over the line but that's life.
"The lads were fantastic, they give me everything and the crowd appreciated that and sometimes it doesn't drop for you but we are still in the hunt and we'll take a lot of positives out of today."
Hereford United manager Jamie Pitman tellls BBC Hereford and Worcester:
"I wouldn't say we're the biggest side in the world but we've competed very well and have got a well-earned point.
"We had our moments when we could've nicked it.
"There are a lot of teams between us and the bottom two. If we can maintain our current form we'll be safe come the start of May."