[dns-operations] resolvers - which do you care about?

Keith Mitchell keith at dns-oarc.net
Thu Aug 7 20:44:45 UTC 2014

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P Vixie <paul at redbarn.org> wrote:

>Who is we?
>Why are we allowing role accounts to subscribe here?
>Who is intdnsops?
>On August 6, 2014 3:24:39 PM PDT, intdnsops intdnsops
><intdnsops at gmail.com> wrote:
>>We are working on a DNS consistency check tool tool and a component
>>includes checking several public recursive name servers for the latest
>>SOA/A/AAAA records and TTLs. The zones we publish often have TTLs
>>measured in the 7+ day range, changes are incredibly low volume, and
>>we always plan on waiting out the TTL. Of all the public resolvers in
>>the wild - which ones do you care about? While some services like
>>OpenDNS & Google provide a web based interface to issue a cache clear
>>- do any services offer an API style cache clear/zone drop?
>>If providing a list of resolvers you care about, please limit to open
>>resolvers and resolvers that provide a web based cache check tool.
>>Best regards.
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