[Unbound-users] Once TTL has gone, don't fetch again
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu Sep 17 14:38:08 UTC 2009
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Hi Koh-ichi Ito,
There is a fix in unbound svn trunk.
It detects that recently it saw other nameserver glue
and attempts to fetch it by querying the parent again.
On 09/09/2009 10:58 AM, Koh-ichi Ito wrote:
> Hello again, Wouter
> At Mon, 07 Sep 2009 10:57:43 +0200,
> W.C.A. Wijngaards wrote:
>> Yes I could reproduce this.
>> The trouble is this:
>> the TTL for ns1.visualjapan.co.jp and ns2.visualjapan.co.jp
>> is 3600 when visualjapan.co.jp servers are queried, not
>> 86400 like the other IP addresses have - like the lame
>> server has.
> Original poster in our forum agrees your description. But he
> also points out that the problem doesn't occur with BIND9.
> Though we understand that to fix lame delegation is proper
> way, I guess this is a disadvantage to deploy unbound. Any
> plan to rescue?
> For example, if you find that ns-tk022.ocn.ad.jp is lame
> delegated, fetch A's of ns.visualjapan.co.jp, and
> continue to work.
> Thanks in advance
> Koh-ichi Ito
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> Unbound-users at unbound.net
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