[Dnsmasq-discuss] dnsmasq drops CNAME cache entries when CNAMEs collide
aaronjjacobs at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 20:10:35 GMT 2017
> Answered here:
Thanks for the pointer. Is there any chance I can convince you to revisit this?
I work in a high-latency office for a big company with lots of internal apps.
each on its own domain. They all point at the same CNAME (a proxy service), so
this is causing me and my coworkers considerable pain in the form of extra
In my totally uneducated intuition, it seems like a cache for CNAMES should be
a simple name -> name mapping, with the result feeding into a recursive cache
lookup process. In other words, maybe it should be separate from a cache of
names to records.
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