forwarders used in order or based on RTT ?
rharolde at umich.edu
Fri Oct 16 14:36:57 UTC 2020
That is certainly not obvious. How do I request improving the manual?
"in turn" would seem to imply "in order", and the order would logically be
the order I listed them.
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On Fri, Oct 16, 2020 at 10:21 AM Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar at fantomas.sk>
> On 16.10.20 09:56, Bob Harold wrote:
> >The BIND ARM (9.16.2) says:
> >"There may be one or more forwarders, and they are queried in turn until
> >the list is exhausted
> >or an answer is found."
> >"Forwarders are selected based on an RTT(round-trip-time)-based algorithm"
> >So which is correct?
> both are. The ARM does not say they are queried in defined order.
> The order is defined by RTT
> >And did it change at some point?
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