On 02/09/2018 09:37 AM, Barry Margolin wrote:
As long as you understand the implications of what you're doing?
I don't think my level of understanding has any impact of my ability to override what the zone publisher sets the desired TTL (or any value) to be.
I have the right to run my network the way that I want to, even in my ignorance or while shooting myself in the foot.
The zone owner may be using short TTLs to implement load balancing and/or quick failover. If you extend the TTLs, your users may experience poor performance when they try to go to these sites using out-of-date cache entries.
Again, by choosing to do something, as questionable as it may be, I am also choosing the responsibility for the outcome, for better or for worse.
-- Grant. . . . unix || die
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