bostjan at a2o.si
Wed Mar 7 12:54:05 UTC 2012
Problem is, most of client resolvers (not resolving nameservers, but
resolvers on workstations etc) query first specified nameserver first, then
after timeout start with the others. You should create a HA IP for such
On 7 March 2012 10:23, <romgo at free.fr> wrote:
> Dear community,
> I use bind on my network as DNS Server. Running bind
> on Debian Lenny.
> The setup is quite usual : one master server with one slave server.
> The slave sync the zone from the master.
> I discover that when the master is down I have some trouble to access to
> internet and to local domain which are managed by the master server.
> Symptoms are : slow browsing and some website can't be reached, seems to
> be a
> timeout issue. (the server didn't answer in time).
> I saw that for unreachable website, the issue was DNS as my tcpdump didn't
> any http request.
> How can I troubleshoot this issue ?
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