For query that's going to a subdomain, the only behaviour available is
that the first attempt at the query goes to one of the available servers
(it's not specified which one), and if the query is retried, it's sent
to all the available servers.

Cheers,

Simon


On 05/07/17 18:55, Dev Sidious wrote:
> Is it possible to setup *dnsmasq *to query the upstream servers in an
> "--all-servers" fashion for for subdomain-1.my-domain.tld and
> sequentially for subdomain-2.my-domain.tld (2.2.2.1 queried first, IF no
> reply 2.2.2.3 queried next and so forth) ?
> 
> server=/subdomain-1.my-domain.tld/1.1.1.1
> server=/subdomain-1.my-domain.tld/1.1.1.2
> server=/subdomain-1.my-domain.tld/1.1.1.3
> 
> server=/subdomain-2.my-domain.tld/2.2.2.1
> server=/subdomain-2.my-domain.tld/2.2.2.2
> server=/subdomain-2.my-domain.tld/2.2.2.3
> 
> This is just a random example. What I'm curious to know is if it's
> possible to define custom querying rules per domain with *dnsmasq*.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
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