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- Moe Trin
December 9, 2005, 7:58 pm
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Remember that. By the way, why did you do this?
Then the 'Grasshopper' book ('DNS & BIND', Paul Albitz and Cricket Liu,
O'Reilly and Assoc., 4th edition, ISBN 0-596-00158-4, 622 pgs, US$45) is
probably far to complex, though it has more than enough details. Section
5.1 of the Linux 'DNS-HOWTO' (find it at hundreds of sites on the web)
should give the background you are missing.
Think it might have something to do with installing "TreeWalk DNS"? You
would be right.
They look normal for a DNS server. Why are you running one?
PEBCAK (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard)
Or at least disable it, and use your ISP's name servers like everyone else.
Those are mainly top level domain servers - which you should not be
bothering. A normal name server caches this information resulting in
a tiny fraction of the loads. Your box is asking the same questions
all the time, rather than getting the information from cache. That
explains your delays.
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