[Pdns-users] Number of entries can be stored in cache in pdns_recursor?

RBK1001 Paul.Sun at syniverse.com
Mon Jun 18 09:58:28 UTC 2012

Let me change to ask in another way!!

How I can start the pdns_recursor to store 1 million entries with cache
expiry set to 10 hours?



Peter van Dijk-6 wrote:
> Hello Paul,
> On Jun 18, 2012, at 11:36 , RBK1001 wrote:
>> 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.
> I can only repeat what I said:
>>> There is no such thing as 'no TTL'. What TTL do you see if you query
>>> your
>>> backend?
> Kind regards,
> -- 
> Peter van Dijk
> Netherlabs Computer Consulting BV - http://www.netherlabs.nl/
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