Largest number of domains that bind can handle?
jim at rfc1035.com
Sun Mar 12 20:05:08 UTC 2000
>>>>> "Will" == CHANGE username to westes <junkmail at uscsw.com> writes:
Will> Let's assume a four processor Intel based Pentium II 500 Mhz
Will> server on the low end and a 60 processor Sun box on the high
Will> Assume as much memory as you want, just specify the number.
Will> The acceptance criteria would be that a DNS query should not
Will> take more than maybe 100 ms to answer when the system is
Will> under very heavy load for 72 straight hours.
Will> NOTE: To reply, CHANGE the username to westes AT uscsw.com
Will> "Bill Manning" <bmanning at ISI.EDU> wrote in message
Will> news:200003091722.JAA08183 at zed.isi.edu...
>> % % What is the largest number of domains that the latest
>> releases of bind
>> % handle before reliability and performance are compromised? %
>> % -- % Will % % NOTE: To reply, CHANGE the username to westes
>> AT uscsw.com
>> thats a tough question. What hardware platform and OS are you
>> presuming? what metrics are in force to determine when bind is
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