[Unbound-users] Requestlist size difference 1.3.4 / 1.4.6
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu Sep 9 10:43:07 UTC 2010
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Nice graphics. :-)
Can you do some more tests to find the version number where this change
Can you give an unbound-control dump_requestlist with 1.4.6; when it is
full; and then we can see which domain names are filling up the requestlist?
The things I can think of that have changed and may be relevant, are
EDNS probe handling (different caching of no-EDNS support to improve
DNSSEC resolutions), and misconfigured-domain-handling.
On 09/09/2010 11:22 AM, Bagári Péter wrote:
> I have attached four graphs with the result of a test I have made today.
> I have sent continuously increasing amount (max 4000) of DNS queries
> for 10 minutes with the "resperf" tool, 3 times, running 2 different
> Unbound binaries.
> The resperf tool has used a long list of DNS queries collected from
> our subscriber traffic recently.
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