Could nsd handle the future ".eu" ?

Arnt Gulbrandsen arnt at
Wed Oct 27 10:24:12 UTC 2004

Erik Rozendaal writes:
> Assuming you want to do on-the-fly database reloads (instead of 
> restarting NSD) you will be able to load about 300 million RRs (NSD 
> memory usage will then be about 30 GB). If you don't mind restarts or 
> swapping while reloading you can double the number of RRs.

Isn't it possible to run the zone compiler on a separate, cheap machine, 
and transfer the compiled zone to the production server using e.g. 

A 64GB single-CPU opteron should be nice and cheap, and can also be used 
to test a new NSD before running it on the production server.


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