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Mohamad F. Barham
mbarham at birzeit.edu
Thu May 17 05:34:42 UTC 2018
> Dear Sir,
> I have installed pdns-recursor on a centos machine, I'm trying to resolve
> ramallah-gis.ps , some times it can get the A record and most of the time returns
> ServFAIL .
> here is the senario:
> dig -t ANY ps @172.21.2.153
> ps. 60 IN NS rip.psg.com.
> ps. 60 IN NS ote.pnina.ps.
> ps. 60 IN NS fork.sth.dnsnode.net.
> ps. 60 IN NS ps-ns.anycast.pch.net.
> ps. 60 IN NS dns1.gov.ps.
> ps. 60 IN SOA ns1.pnina.ps. sys.pnina.ps. 2018050308 86400 7200 3600000 172800
> ps. 60 IN TXT "Generation Time: 1525341615"
> ps. 60 IN NS ns1.pnina.ps.
> ps. 60 IN NS ps.cctld.authdns.ripe.net.
> dig -t ANY ramallah-gis.ps @dns1.gov.ps
> ramallah-gis.ps. 86400 IN NS nscp1.intertech-pal.com.
> ramallah-gis.ps. 86400 IN NS nscp2.intertech-pal.com.
> dig -t ANY ramallah-gis.ps @nscp1.intertech-pal.com
> ramallah-gis.ps. 14400 IN MX 0 ramallah-gis.ps.
> ramallah-gis.ps. 86400 IN SOA ns2.cmeac.net. sys.mada.ps. 2015101905 86400 7200 3600000
> ramallah-gis.ps. 86400 IN NS ns2.cmeac.net.
> ramallah-gis.ps. 14400 IN A 18.104.22.168
> as shown here there is an A record , but my recursor does not take this A record, it go
> further to get it from ns2.cmeac.net , while this server is down.
> Is there a way to force pdns-recursor to take A record from nscp1.intertech-pal.com and
> not to go further asking ns2.cmeac.net, OR to force it to back again to
> nscp1.intertech-pal.com after ns2.cmeac.net getting timeout?
> # packet cache serv fail
> #unlimeted recursion depth, increase stack as a result
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