Recursive queries fail after bind has been running for a few hours
lyle at lcrcomputer.net
Tue Mar 13 00:52:08 UTC 2012
I don't look at debug logs and may be WAY off base. But the time period
for the log seems to be about 10 seconds start to finish in the failed
query. However line 56 indicates that it timed out the query after 30
That just doesn't add up to me for some reason. Or is there 20 seconds
of preceeding logs missing when the query started?
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
On 03/12/12 15:05, Mr X wrote:
> Hey there
> I'm having a bizarre issue with 9.7.3-P3-RedHat-9.7.3-8.P3.el6_2.2 -
> recursive queries stop functioning after bind has been running for a
> few hours. It's a very low volume system (dev), maybe a few queries
> per hour at most. It's not due to cache filling or anything like I've
> dealt with in the past. I suspect it's related to DNSSEC and
> root-server validation but I could use another set of eyes on my debug
> log. Sorry for posting from a inconspicuous e-mail address. My
> employer asks that I'm careful about the information I disclose on
> public mailing lists.
> You can see my debug log during a failed query
> Successful query here
> If you would like to see my config, I can include portions, but it's
> huge so please let me know exactly what parts you're looking for.
> - Brian
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