nested CNAMEs resolution failures?
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Mon Jan 29 15:37:54 UTC 2018
>PGNet Dev <pgnet.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can these response timeouts be accommodated directly in the script? Or
>> only by, perhaps, increasing the global query timeouts from default 10
On 29.01.18 15:08, Tony Finch wrote:
>Yes, there's a bootstrapping problem here ... possibly the easiest way to
>avoid depending on a server that sends cookies when reconfiguring it not
>to send cookies, is to point the script at 126.96.36.199. In my setup the script
>runs in a dev environment generating a static file that is deployed to
>production, but it's effectively the same trick of making the script use a
>different DNS server.
this way you just delegate your problem at 3rd-party (although google)
I wonder if it's possible and useful to use the same fallback mechanism to
disable cookies as is used to disable EDNS or to reduce UDP size...
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