[dns-operations] FreeBSD and the slaving of the root zone

Blacka, David davidb at verisign.com
Thu Aug 2 18:32:09 UTC 2007


Paul Vixie wrote:

> i've been thinking for 15 years or so that BIND needs an intermediate hint
> cache: persistent and generated.  (we have persistent and supplied, and
> ephemeral and generated, now.)  the idea would be that after a successful
> priming, or perhaps three primings that all produce identical results, the
> result would be written to persistent storage and used preferrentially on
> subsequent reboots.  this would make the root hint more like a stub zone,

How about "three primings from different sources"?

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David Blacka                          <davidb at verisign.com>
Sr. Engineer    VeriSign Infrastructure Product Engineering
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