romgo at free.fr
Thu Mar 8 16:15:50 UTC 2012
thanks for the answer. That was my first change :
/etc/resolv.conf like :
search example.fr example2.fr
This works fine.
But the issue is now mainly coming from the client : windows XP :/
The default Windows timeout is 2s.
I can see in bind's logs the dns request, but the webpage is not showing
I can use a VIP for DNS server, but I though that master/slave
configuration was made in order to avoid to use a VIP.
Did you guys encounter that kind of issues ?
Maybe my slave server is not well configured ?
On 8 March 2012 10:22, Niall O'Reilly <Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie> wrote:
> On 8 Mar 2012, at 02:58, Lyle Giese wrote (on bind-users):
> > On linux boxes, adding
> > options rotate
> > to the /etc/resolv.conf helps.
> [cross-posted, reply-to header set]
> Is there a DHCP option which expresses that, and which
> typical fielded DHCP clients will respect?
> As you may guess, I don't have access to those thousands
> of client systems out there.
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