[Dnsmasq-discuss] DNS in DNsmasq
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Wed Apr 25 00:37:21 BST 2012
Incidently, before you setup your own recursive server, the big problem
I measure is that without a load of traffic, your latencies are just
terrible because nothing is in cache... I tested a recursive cache on my
rack and it wasn't great, so I looked into the datacenter provided one
and had the same kinds of latency issues (first query slow, second is
great, but I'm always doing "first queries"...)
Basically if you are the first person in the last 60 seconds to lookup
www.yahoo.com then it's going around the world and will take some time.
If you have a busy enough cache then someone is paying the penalty for
you quite regularly and your responses look good. I suspect you need
really quite a LOT of traffic before your recursive server gets decently
warm... So my thought would be to use a big upstream that you trust,
unless you are "ISP sized"
On 24/04/2012 00:12, richardvoigt at gmail.com wrote:
> No. You must configure dnsmasq with an upstream nameserver which will
> perform the recursive query.
> dnsmasq is a server for your local zone (with DHCP integration,
> similar to dynamic dns) and a cache. It is not a recursive nameserver.
> On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 9:23 AM, dnsmasq dnsmasq
> <dnsmasq2012 at gmail.com <mailto:dnsmasq2012 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Did Dnsmasq support recursive/itérative queries or both?
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