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Wed Apr 26 05:27:40 UTC 2006
is easy to follow too.
--- "Denis R." <darom at filmkern.com> wrote:
> Check the DJBDNS author's site:
> The instructions are simple. If there is a lot of
> name resolutions
> happening on the web server itself, install dnscache
> on the localhost.
> My advice to you is to avoid BIND. It is too
> complicated for your needs.
> At 05:50 PM 4/25/2006, Richard Collyer wrote:
> >I've recently been getting a lot of trouble with
> SpamAssassin performing a
> >lot of rDNS lookups which is causing network issues
> (timeouts etc to DNS
> >I am trying to install BIND (or djbdns) as a simple
> caching nameserver.
> >Just to take some of the load off the networks DNS
> servers (my ISPs).
> >However I am having trouble finding a good tutorial
> to follow.
> >I've looked at
> >but its mainly going on about being a nameserver
> which is not what I am
> >after, wanting to keep it more simple than that.
> >[root at brian:/usr/local/etc] $ named -v
> >BIND 9.3.1
> >Can anyone suggest me a good tutorial to follow,
> I've googled but mostly
> >they are for debain/redhat and some of the commands
> and files are different.
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