Fwd: Re: Difference between netstat & rndc status

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Mon Jul 4 13:44:58 UTC 2011

-----Original Message-----
 From: "Bind" <bind at dci.ir>
 To: "Feng He" <shorttag at gmail.com>
 Date: Mon, 04 Jul 2011 18:13:19 +0430
 Subject: Re: Difference between netstat & rndc status

How much does rndc take for calculating its outpot value(recursive clients 
 ie (in which duration it calculates its value,one seconds?!)

-----Original Message-----
 From: Feng He <shorttag at gmail.com>
 To: Bind <bind at dci.ir>
 Cc: bind-users at lists.isc.org
 Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2011 19:04:47 +0800
 Subject: Re: Difference between netstat & rndc status

2011/7/3 Bind <bind at dci.ir>:
 > Hello Admins
 > When i run :
 > #netstat -an |grep udp |wc
 > it returns a number which is lower than the output of rndc status 
 > clients.
 > what is the difference between netstat -an |grep udp |wc(open udp ports 
 > dns server) and amount of recursice clients in the rndc status command?

 Not the same stuff at all.
 netstat -an|grep udp shows the UDP concurrent connections currently.

 > recursive clients: 1497/9900/10000

 This shows the history count of DNS replying.

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