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[rhn-users] Bind 9.2.1



No i wasn't using any forwrders, i guess it was using the root
servers(hints), and recursive was not restricted at all.

Thanks,

Muthu


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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 14:24:10 -0700
From: "Raymundo M. Vega" <rmvega san rr com>
To: rhn-users redhat com
Subject: Re: [rhn-users] Bind 9.2.1
Reply-To: rhn-users redhat com

Are you using an external resolver (forward) to
resolve names outside your domains?

raymundo


Muthuraja Ayyanar wrote:

> Hello All,
> 
> I was running Bind 9.2.1 on RH 7.3 and configured as both to be
> authoratative NS for 3 domains and a caching Server ( All our NT based
> Internal Domain server used this RH box as a forwarder), it worked fine
for
> abt 5 months and couple of days ago it become very sluggish and saw lots
of
> queries coming and going to
> blackhole1.iana.org,blackhol2.iana.org,prisoner.iana.org servers.This
server
> also has syslog and SSH + IP tables
> 
> Bounced the BOX and it took about 30 minutes to bootup, the bootup process
> was quite normal till the named was started after that all the subsequent
> Dameons took abt 5 minutes each to be started and even when tried to login
> from the local console it took abt 5 minutes to log into the system.Turned
> off named from the init3 and it booted like a champ without any
> sluggishness.
> 
> 
> Appreciate any suggestion in troubleshooting this.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Muthu




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