[Pdns-users] changing root server to local DNS

abang abang at t-ipnet.net
Tue May 15 14:17:11 UTC 2012



Default is 2 which means you have two independent caches in your pdns 

Am 15.05.2012 16:06, schrieb Muhammad Yousuf Khan:
> ok, after searching internet i have found some of my answers but my
> question is still there. because there is a parameter
>   # max-cache-ttl maximum number of seconds to keep a cached entry in memory
> max-cache-ttl=2700
> i set it to 45 minutes (2700 seconds) however even after few minutes
> it resets the entry as the dig results shows. can anyone plz help in
> this regard.
> On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 5:38 PM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan<sirtcp at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> i want to mark the root server to my local server however powerdns is
>> hitting  j.root-server.net.domain but i want it to hit the local
>> server
>> secondly it is downloading too much data against just a single dig
>> command you can see the output below. when i "dig nano.com"
>> it start to contact with so many NS server.
>> below is the output of port 53 which shows it is trying to contacting
>> too many host for a single query which is too much. or want to
>> minimize this thing
>> more over i want to retain a single cache entry for at least an hour.
>> please help.
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