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Re: [opensuse] understanding DNS logs
On Tue, 2013-06-18 at 16:25 -0700, Linda Walsh wrote:
Per Jessen wrote:
lynn wrote:

12.3 named with dyndns
Can any of our bind gurus tell me what all this stuff is?
as in:

2013-06-18T17:32:37.282634+02:00 hh16 named[3794]: samba_dlz:
subtracted rdataset
370 900 600 86400 0'

This looks like an SOA record. I guess #011 is used as a field

2013-06-18T17:32:37.284751+02:00 hh16
named[3794]: samba_dlz: added rdataset
371 900 600 86400 0'

If #011 was octal, that'd be a tab
Before the IN is usually a TTL
After the SOA is a sitename

That would be
38784 SOA IN
blank^^ spaces=tabs

Hi everyone.
The 011 delimiter idea is good. The alternative would be humiliation on
the isc list;)

The slow take up by the clients seems to be related to sssd and if it
really needs the IP or not. If you force it e.g. using a login, it's

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