pasja at digitus.itk.ppke.hu
Wed Jul 13 17:34:16 UTC 2011
You should try collectd (http://collectd.org/) and it's bind plugin
(http://collectd.org/wiki/index.php/Plugin:BIND) You can put the
collected data to csv or RRD on the local server or send it over the
network. With RRDtool you can make fancy graphs. With this cgi
(http://haroon.sis.utoronto.ca/rrd/scripts/) you could easily visualize
2011-07-13 16:43 keltezéssel, Karl Auer írta:
> We have some nameservers :-) that are used by quite a few thousands of
> people. Every now and then someone comes to us and complains that the
> DNS is responding slowly. Sometimes they are right, and we find the
> problem and fix it. But most of the time everything runs fine, and the
> DNS is not, in fact, responding slowly when that someone comes to
> complain. It turns out to be their PC, or a local network issue, or
> So we have a homegrown system in place that watches the traffic to and
> from the nameservers, matches queries to answers, ignores everything
> else, and notes how long it was between the question going past and the
> answer going past in the opposite direction. It writes summarised
> information second by second into a database so we can see exactly when
> problems with response times happen, how long they happen for, and how
> bad they are when they happen.
> Our system has two faults (well, two that we are actually concerned
> about): It only watches UDP, and it can't deal with fragmented packets.
> So I was wondering if there is a better solution out there?
> Regards, K.
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