[dns-operations] plenus no more

Cassell, James D CIV DISA NS14 jcassell at nic.mil
Wed May 5 23:55:53 UTC 2010


All,

The query rate to our G-root instance in Germany has risen steadily, to the
point that it now requires an upgrade (which we are actively pursuing).
Under "normal" circumstances, the performance of this instance is
acceptable; however, when we enabled dnscap, and began transmitting files to
OARC in support the latest DURZ cutover, we pushed the server into an
unacceptable performance range.  

The temporary, immediate fix action was to turn off packet capturing on this
instance of G-root, which we did at approximately 2315 UTC (the other 5
G-root locations are still capturing packets and transmitting them to OARC).
The permanent fix is, of course, to complete the planned upgrade as soon as
possible.  Although we do not yet have an anticipated completion date, we
are making every effort to expedite this action.

Sorry for adding any confusion to the monitoring of the DURZ rollout.
Thanks for you patience, and please let me know if anyone has any questions
regarding this issue.

Thanks,

Jim Cassell
DoD NIC/SSC
Columbus, Ohio
(614)692-9549    




Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Geoffrey Sisson" <geoff at geoff.co.uk>
> Date: 5 May 2010 21:38:13 GMT+02:00
> To: dns-operations at lists.dns-oarc.net
> Subject: Re: [dns-operations] plenus no more
> list-id: DNS Operations <dns-operations.lists.dns-oarc.net>
> 
> bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl (bert hubert) wrote:
> 
>> On Wed, May 05, 2010 at 09:08:44PM +0200, Peter Koch wrote:
>>> On Wed, May 05, 2010 at 05:56:05PM +0100, Roy Arends wrote:
>>>> In a few minutes, a query for the ".root" TLD will be NXDOMAIN again,
instead of no-error. Completely irrelevant, just an historic artifact. 
>>> 
>>> except probably for those systems continuing to run with a root zone 
>>> downloaded from the usual source. Might give some clue on the prevalence
of these setups as well.
>> 
>> "My" J.root-servers.net just got signed (it is in .cz), but now "my"
>> g.root-servers.net is down (or at least answering only one out of 
>> every 5 questions or so).
> 
> G-root appears to be having reachability issues that preceded the 
> introduction of the DURZ on J-root:
> 
>   
> http://dnsmon.ripe.net/dns-servmon/domain/plot?domain=root;tstart=1272
> 992400;tstop=1273078799;af=ipv4
> 
> Geoff
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