Roy.Arends at nominum.com
Wed Mar 21 14:19:54 UTC 2001
On Wed, 21 Mar 2001, Tom Nichols wrote:
> We have three basic DNS servers (BSDI 4.2) running Bind 8.2, 8.2, and
8.2 as in 8.2.3-REL ?
9.1 as in 9.1.1-rc5 ?
> The first is a primary, the other two are secondaries.
> We experience growth on the secondaries.
> To explain, running TOP on each system gives the following results:
> (yesterday, today)
> 1st 2nd 3td
> 5104 4996 6116 6250 2480 2520
> 5104 4996 6440 6532 2736 2780
> The first line is yesterday morning's data. The second, today. As you
> can see, the primary is unchanged. That server hasn't been rebooted in
> over 60 days. As a primary, we add to the DNS database and perform
> kill -SIGHUP xxx on a daily basis.
Why not use the cleaner "ndc reload" on the primary ?
> The other two will dump named.core after a few days of run time.
Are both secondary's configured so they won't cache anything ? (recursion
no, fetch-glue no). Are both secondaries only slave for your master, or
other masters as well ?
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