saaib at ciberlinux.net
Fri Mar 3 05:52:59 UTC 2000
> In article <200003022230.PAA14766 at av.alpa.com>,
> Urivan Saaib <saaib at ciberlinux.net> wrote:
>>Some partners and i been working into a project for long as 3 years by
>>now, and the time to open the web site to public has come (21 March). We
>>have 4 different computers into several networks connected to the
>>internet, and we're looking for a solution anti-slash-effect using round
>>I'm familiar with the idea, but not implementing the service and what
>>benefits or pitfalls can it have once running.
> I'm not sure what you're asking for. What does "anti-slash-effect" mean?
Slashdot Effect (web server overloaded)
> Round-robin DNS just does one thing: if there are multiple records with the
> same name and type, the server will return them in a different order each
> time it's queried for that name/type. This is mostly useful with A
> Implementing it is simple: just put multiple records in the DNS, e.g.
> www A 10.1.2.3
> A 192.168.8.17
> A 172.18.15.20
> A 192.168.20.30
Since what BIND version is this supported ?
Email: saaib at c-ber.net
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