Performance Tuning RHEL 5 and Bind

Lightner, Jeff JLightner at
Mon Oct 21 14:08:58 UTC 2013

Any reason you're using RHEL5 as opposed to RHEL6 if you're building new servers?   RHEL5 is very long in the tooth and will go EOL sooner than RHEL6.   Since you're using a BIND package not shipped with RHEL5 there's no reason on that account not to move up to RHEL6.

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> From: Alan Clegg <alan at>

> Fix your windows clients.

You can't fix stupid.

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