[Pdns-users] Discarding untracked packet...
mbraak at xs4all.nl
Thu Jun 10 05:48:04 UTC 2004
I also had this problem and discussed this in a thread last month.
The problem still isn't properly fixed but i've got a brute work around that
works for the time being.
From: pdns-users-bounces at mailman.powerdns.com
[mailto:pdns-users-bounces at mailman.powerdns.com] On Behalf Of Dan Vande More
Sent: woensdag 9 juni 2004 19:24
Subject: [Pdns-users] Discarding untracked packet...
I've recently implemented powerdns for the first time, and though it
seems to work perfect for authorative queries, it seems to die on
anything to do with recursive.
Before I get too far, yes I did check the archives. Seems like I might
have a endiens problem. The latest version (which I am using) says the
funkiness was fixed.
powerdns on freebsd 5.2.1-RELEASE-p5/sparc64
CXXFLAGS=-DWORDS_BIGENDIAN ./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local
--enable-recursor --enable-pdns_server --enable-pdns_server
(Tried w/o cxxflags too)
Well I first tried the recursor, because the docs said only 4.x was
funky. Needless to say, I couldn't get farther than an immediate dump.
(IOW: It doesn't work with 5.x either:))
I then moved the recursor= to a bind server with is currently resolving
for thousands of customers. I get this:
Jun 09 11:13:27 Discarding untracked packet from recursor backend with
id 768. Contrack table size=1
when I type 'host google.com' from a machine using the powerdns server
Assuming it was something to do with bind, I tried using a resolver that
is MSDNS based (yeah, M$), and it does the same exact thing.
I guess it doesn't really matter what I try, I just get:
Jun 09 11:18:20 Discarding untracked packet from recursor backend with
id <#>. Contrack table size=1
no matter what.
Again, I'm using freebsd (which powerdns doesn't seem to like that
much?) on sparc64 (which is probably a nightmare of the gcc world)
Does anyone have any suggestions besides trying:
A. A different OS. (Freebsd has been exceptional on sparc64)
B. A different ARCH. (I have 11 Netras, and I need to do *something*
Thanks in advance!
Dan Vande More
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