[Pdns-users] Number of entries can be stored in cache in pdns_recursor?
Paul.Sun at syniverse.com
Mon Jun 18 09:36:27 UTC 2012
Sorry, let me clarify abit.
the backend is a ENUM server hosted by named daemon. There are 1 million
entries in the ENUM server.
There is no expiration on the entry in the ENUM server.
What I am going to test is to check whether the pdns_recursor are able to
hold 1 million entries through the 1 million queries.
So, my question is when you asked the TTL on backend, do you mean whether
the entries in the ENUM server will be expired or not? if this is the
question, then I would say there is no expiry.
Peter van Dijk-6 wrote:
> On Jun 18, 2012, at 11:22 , RBK1001 wrote:
>> The backend is a fixed ENUM server implemented by named. the entry is
>> permenet, no TTL setting.
> There is no such thing as 'no TTL'. What TTL do you see if you query your
> Kind regards,
> Peter van Dijk
> Netherlabs Computer Consulting BV - http://www.netherlabs.nl/
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