[nsd-users] Initial request to server extremely slow after longer periods of inactivity
ondrej at sury.org
Thu Apr 9 18:49:16 UTC 2015
if you run the daemon in any environment that is resource starved and
the process(es) gets swapped than anything will be slow on first request
after period of inactivity. Not just NSD and not just any DNS server,
On Thu, Apr 9, 2015, at 18:09, opendaddy at hushmail.com wrote:
> I'm running this Rails app on a DigitalOcean FreeBSD droplet. Lately I've
> been experiencing extremely slow initial requests after longer periods of
> inactivity. Subsequent requests are fine.
> At first I thought it was my PostgreSQL database or the Rails app itself,
> but now I see SSH connections made simultaneously with those initial
> requests are equally slow.
> Could NSD be the culprit? Or my friend's NS2?
> # cat nsd.conf
> ip4-only: yes
> hide-version: yes
> logfile: "/var/log/nsd.log"
> name: "mydomain.com"
> zonefile: "/usr/local/etc/nsd/mydomain.com"
> notify: $FRIENDS_IP NOKEY
> provide-xfr: $FRIENDS_IP NOKEY
> # cat mydomain.com
> $ORIGIN mydomain.com.
> $TTL 3m
> @ IN SOA ns.mydomain.com. od.mydomain.com. (
> 2013070501 1h 15m 1w 3m )
> @ NS ns.mydomain.com.
> @ NS ns.friendsdomain.com.
> @ MX 10 mail.mydomain.com.
> @ A $MY_IP
> ns IN A $MY_IP
> mail IN A $MY_IP
> somename IN A $MY_IP
> www IN CNAME mydomain.com.
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Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>
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