BIND vs ncsd
dhawal at NETMAGICSOLUTIONS.COM
Sat Jul 16 15:53:57 IST 2005
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Drew Marshall wrote:
> Now I know the MSG SIZE is large with the Bind9 look up but there is no
> mistaking the 271ms against Bind's 817ms.
> Hardly scientific I know but that is why I have tended to favour DJBDNS.
> No Holy War here, if any one has ideas how to make Bind go faster I'm
> all ears :-) (For the record it's compiled with threads on a FreeBSD
> 5.3 box. Unthreaded look ups were in excess of 4000ms!).
Here are some *independent* results (as un-scientific as it can get) for
Pre-cache Query time: 225 msec
Post-cache Query time: 2 msec
Pre-cache Query time: 234 msec
Post-cache Query time: 1 msec
and here is dan's reply to knowles
i am so easily influenced, but post 2nd (or was it 3rd) thoughts i'll
put my doubts to an end and happily continue using dnscache.
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