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In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Matus UHLAR - fantomas <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 28.04.10 16:55, Chris C wrote:
> > This instance is used as a caching resolver with blacklists. The
> > blacklists are fed what is basically a null.zone file.
> how do you implement blacklists? show me example of one blacklisted zone
> configuration - not the zone file but the part of named.conf.
> > IE.
> What's this? does it appear in each blacklisted zone file?
"i.e." is the abbreviation of the Latin phrase that means "in other
words". I think he actually meant "e.g.", which means "for example";
this is a common mistake (I also frequently see people use "AKA" for
So I doubt it appears in any file, it was just introducing his example.
> > $TTL 86400 ; one day
> > @ IN SOA dnsbl0.xxx.xxx. hostmaster.xxx.xxx. (
> > * IN A 127.0.0.3
> > There are approx. 172K zones for the blacklist.
> > Recently the system would give out SERVFAIL for all queries outside my
> > TLD. Anything inside my TLD works fine.
> aren't you running out of memory?
> > If I drop the blacklists (say to 50K), it works fine. I am trying to
> > find that magic number in which the failures start to occur, but the
> > daemon takes about 15-20 minutes for a restart. I will post that once
> > obtained.
> might be a memory problem.
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