Secondary DNS question...
listaccount at starionline.com
Thu Jun 27 05:11:09 UTC 2013
Because it would be a waste of a machine. We only host about 30 domains. The load is negligible.
On Jun 26, 2013, at 11:51 PM, Mike Hale <eyeronic.design at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dude, why aren't you running your authoritative name servers on a
> dedicated box or VM using a dedicated server OS? Not asking to be a
> dick...I'm genuinely curious what the reasoning behind that was. :)
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 9:39 PM, SH Development
> <listaccount at starionline.com> wrote:
>> Sure could use some direction about where to start looking. I "thought" I had everything working for the last few years, but now I'm beginning to question how long I've had a problem.
>> The setup is OSX running BIND 9.9.3-P1 on a static IP, no firewall, no router, just straight to the internet. I am also serving Apache and ProFTP on the same box.
>> As a thought, I have had some strange errors in the console log, I think they are coming from a spam solution I am running. I'm shutting it down temporarily. Wonder if it could be corrupting the network. @Doug, could you try your test again now, now that I've shut off the potentially offending program?
>> On Jun 26, 2013, at 9:47 PM, Doug Barton <dougb at dougbarton.us> wrote:
>>> On 06/26/2013 06:50 PM, SH Development wrote:
>>>> Okay, so I got to it sooner than I thought. So, could you take a look at:
>>>> Any one of those, but they should all be identical now and on some new secondary DNS.
>>> The delegations are now identical, and the buddydns servers work fine.
>>> However I'm seeing very odd behavior with ns1.starionhost.net. I have a Perl script which uses Net::DNS to check delegations. It almost always times out when attempting to query ns1.starionhost.net, however I can query the same server with dig repeatedly and it doesn't have any problems. But that's not even the weirdest bit. When running the Perl script it sometimes works for starionhost.net, but never works for the other 2.
>>> It seems to me that you have something very odd going on with your network.
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