On Jul 13, 2009, at 12:36 PM, John Almberg wrote:
The other day, a FreeBSD 'expert' told me that it is important to
have the DNS server for a domain on the same server as the domain's
web server. Supposedly, this saves doing tons of DNS look ups over
the network. Instead, they are done locally.
This makes sense to me, but I wonder if the performance difference
is really that significant?
If you head down this road you might want to only make it a caching
DNS server, not your primary or secondary for sure. Unless you are
limited on available hardware.
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