* Greg Choules <gregchoules+bindus...@googlemail.com> [230327 17:59]:
> Hi Jason.
> I just tried this on my server (9.18.11) and it does indeed appear to be qname
> minimisation. The following servers (NS for [1]tn.gov) just don't respond to
> the query "_.[2]edison.tn.gov":
> [3]dns4.tn.gov: type A, class IN, addr
> [4]dns5.tn.gov: type A, class IN, addr
> QM can't be disabled per destination server, only globally.
> I would recommend you contact the NS administrators and inform them they have 
> a
> problem. According to the SOA the RNAME isĀ [5]named-...@wannms.state.tn.us
> Cheers, Greg

Thank you, that's very helpful and I feel much more sane for hearing it. I've 
let them know. 

> On Mon, 27 Mar 2023 at 18:54, <[6]jmur...@pdknox.org> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     Recursive queries to a pair of matching bind 9.16 servers on openbsd 7.0
>     are timing out unexpectedly for only two names: "[7]www.edison.tn.gov" and
>     "[8]www.tn.gov". Both bind instances are otherwise working fine, and have
>     been for some time.
>     The query returns a CNAME, and there's a delegation to another set of
>     nameservers on [9]tn.gov, but as you can see below in the pcap and the
>     named.run excerpt, bind never seems to follow up.
>     If I disable qname minimization this is no longer an issue, but I'd rather
>     not, and I don't understand the behavior at all.
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