Adding a TTL doesn't help. Without one, ordinary queries are responded
to with the default TTL.

David

On 26 May 2010 11:07, bert hubert <bert.hub...@netherlabs.nl> wrote:
> On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 10:43:04AM +0100, David J Craigon wrote:
>> isp=# select * from dns.records;
>>  id | domain_id |           name            | type |
>>        content                          | ttl | prio | change_date
>> ----+-----------+---------------------------+------+-----------------------------------------------------------+-----+------+-------------
>>   3 |         2 | 1.48.69.109.in-addr.arpa  | PTR  |
>> gw-5.core1.littleowlhosting.com                           |     |
>
> Very quick response, I did not study this too well, but no TTL?
> Tends to matter.
>
>        Bert
>
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