[Pdns-users] PDNS Recursor on Debian / Low performance !!!URGENT!!!!
maroon_ibrahim at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 7 11:52:37 UTC 2011
WOW! Thanks for the info Bert :)
The Debian server that hosts PDNS Cursor doesn't apply any iptable rule... but this server is behind a firewall (MikorTik Router) and this firewall has tracking feature turned on...maybe because of that!!! and my uplstream connection is only 1 Mbps full fiber.
Anyways, my concern is to know that if I did the tweaks for the file descriptor mentioned earlier and run dpkg -i (yourlastestversion3.3-1).deb and fix the max-cache-entries and packet-entries would be enough??
> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2011 11:37:46 +0100
> From: bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl
> To: maroon_ibrahim at hotmail.com
> CC: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
> Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] PDNS Recursor on Debian / Low performance !!!URGENT!!!!
> On Mon, Feb 07, 2011 at 09:38:42AM +0000, Maroon Ibrahim wrote:
> > all-outqueries 501740
> > outgoing-timeouts 352596
> > throttled-outqueries 76300
> This mostly tells the story. Your pdns_recursor has problems talking to the
> network at sufficient speed. Either this is caused by you requiring too much
> bandwidth, or by a firewall that gets upset by all the different UDP
> 'sessions' it sees.
> Of 501k queries, 428k did not get answers. 352k were direct timeouts, 76k
> were not even sent out by PowerDNS because it had a 'cached timeout'.
> > over-capacity-drops 31945
> You should increase 'max-mthreads' beyond 1024 after you have your network
> fixed, you dropped 31945 queries because 1024 were already running.
> Fixing the network needs to happen upstream, this can't be done by PowerDNS.
> Good luck!
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