FW: SV: Bind bind high recv-q
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Mon Dec 7 09:41:38 UTC 2015
I have 140 windows dns server on which we have install ISC bind services, I would like to know any script to flush the dns in all cache.
Thanks & Regards,
> From: SOAN at stofa.dk
> To: dot at dotat.at
> Subject: SV: Bind bind high recv-q
> Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2015 19:58:38 +0000
> CC: bind-users at lists.isc.org
> Hi Tony,
> Nope, my server is not an open resolver, but a lot of clients are using it :) - Actually one of my customers had a broken netgear device that was making 1000 qps for time-g.netgear.com. Probably some kind of software bug.
> I can recommend dnstop to find "bad dns clients" - But dnstop also showed me I'm getting 5-7K qps, and not 700-800 as collectd showed me.
> Do you think this is too much for a VM? - My VM is only loaded 50% on each core.
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> Fra: Tony Finch [mailto:fanf2 at hermes.cam.ac.uk] På vegne af Tony Finch
> Sendt: 4. december 2015 13:34
> Til: Søren Andersen <SOAN at stofa.dk>
> Cc: bind-users at lists.isc.org
> Emne: Re: Bind bind high recv-q
> Søren Andersen <SOAN at stofa.dk> wrote:
> > I'm experiencing some strange problems with my bind installation. - I
> > notice my bind recv-q is quite high sometimes.. therefore my DNS
> > clients can experience DNS lookup to take 1-4 secs. My bind is running
> > on a 4 core vm I VMware with 8Gb ram. - At peak I receive app. 700-800
> > QPS. - The load is 20-40% on each CPU core. - I've also configured 2 RPZ zones.
> Is your server an open resolver being used as part of a DDoS attack?
> Do you have compromised client machines running malware that hammers your server?
> Find out where the queries are coming from using netflow or tcpdump or query logging.
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