serve-expired: "yes" and cache-min-ttl: 30 unsafe?
nicku at nicku.org
Thu Jan 17 06:12:59 UTC 2019
Thank you for your helpful reply.
On 26/11/18 10:15 +0100, Wouter Wijngaards via Unbound-users wrote:
>The report says that you were using 1.6.8, but in 1.7.1 there is this
>bugfix: - Fix #3736: Fix 0 TTL domains stuck on SERVFAIL unless manually
> flushed with serve-expired on.
>The SERVFAIL must be caused by the brief outage, and that bug then
>happened. So, it could be something that is already fixed, but if not,
>it would be good to get details; to reproduce and fix.
Yes, it certainly would. However, I have left that job and no longer
have access to those machines.
>Best regards, Wouter
>On 11/15/18 8:26 PM, Nick Urbanik via Unbound-users wrote:
>> Dear Ralph,
>> On 15/11/18 11:13 +0100, Ralph Dolmans via Unbound-users wrote:
>>> Sorry to hear Unbound has caused you problems. I'm trying to figure out
>>> the reason of the observed SERVFAIL responses.
>> Thank you.
>>> Was the serve-expired and cache-min-ttl configured on the Unbound
>>> instance that has the forward configured, or the instance the queries
>>> are forwarded to? Or both?
>>> Any change the SERVFAILS were only for DNSSEC signed domains?
>> No, a particular name in our domain which is not signed often came
>> back with SERVFAIL after it expired from the cache.
>>> Did you had a change to see the reason for the SERVFAIL responses in
>>> the Unbound log? Maybe the forwarder was returning expired DNSSEC
>> There were many SERVFAIL responses for queries for DS records.
>>> -- Ralph
>>> On 25-10-18 09:10, Nick Urbanik via Unbound-users wrote:
>>>> Dear Folks,
>>>> Thank you for an excellent piece of software.
>>>> I am puzzled by the behaviour of our multi-level DNS system which
>>>> answered many queries for names having shorter TTLs with SERVFAIL.
>>>> By multilevel, I mean clients talk to one server, which forwards to
>>>> another, and for some clients, there is a third level of caching.
>>>> So it was unwise to add:
>>>> serve-expired: "yes"
>>>> cache-min-ttl: 30
>>>> to the server section of these DNS servers running unbound 1.6.8 on
>>>> up to date RHEL 7? Please could anyone cast some light on why this
>>>> was so? I will be spending some time examining the cause.
>>>> If you need more information, please let me know.
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