Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist 1.4 and Debian Buster

2019-08-08 Thread Chris
Hi Remi, On 7/08/2019 10:07 pm, Remi Gacogne wrote: I wouldn't mind having a look at your configuration either, since I can see in the metrics that you have some rules. I have put a copy of the configs here, the two 'conf-d' named files live in /etc/dnsdist/dnsdist.conf.d:

[dnsdist] dnsdist performance

2019-08-08 Thread Gentian Bajraktari
Dear Dnsdist community, we are trying to setup dnsdist as a loadbalancer for 2 bind recursive cache only servers, we have done a very simple setup: addLocal("DNSDIST_IP") newServer({address="BIND_IP1"}) newServer({address=" BIND_IP2"}) setServerPolicy(roundrobin) but when we test with resperf

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist 1.4 and Debian Buster

2019-08-08 Thread Remi Gacogne
Hi Chris, On 8/8/19 9:14 AM, Chris wrote: > I have put a copy of the configs here, the two 'conf-d' named files live > in /etc/dnsdist/dnsdist.conf.d: Thanks a lot, your help is very much appreciated! > Sorry if its a bit hard to read, I created a puppet module which takes > the data from a

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist performance

2019-08-08 Thread Remi Gacogne
Hi Gentian, On 8/8/19 10:20 AM, Gentian Bajraktari wrote: > but when we test with resperf (from dnsperf tool), the results are very > bad for DNSDIST, around 5-15K QPS , while when we test directly to one > of BIND ip addresses the QPS goes up to 50-60Qps. Those are very low numbers, for dnsdist

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist performance

2019-08-08 Thread Gentian Bajraktari
Hi Remi, yes all servers are on VMware, 8 cpu, 8G Ram. OS is Centos ( Linux release 7.6.1810 (Core) 3.10.0-957.27.2.el7.x86_64) have disabled selinux and all firewall/iptables, performance on Bind (BIND 9.14.4 (Stable Release)) directly is 50-60K QPS sorry for the typo, i have tried

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist 1.4 and Debian Buster

2019-08-08 Thread Chris
Hi Remi, I deployed a new copy of a PowerDNS authoritative server on Debian Buster and ran into a similar problem but with a slight twist. As with dnsdist I use multiple instances of PowerDNS which use different SQL DB's. As with dnsdist, after a period of time I stopped being able to make

[dnsdist] format logAction Rows

2019-08-08 Thread Lichtnau Frank
Hi, I'am new here and I have 2 questions: 1. Is it possible to search in old threads whithout download all topics from Archiv or can I download all threads in one? 2. I use dnsdist from buster V1.3.3 and I need a datetime in the LogAction file. The documentation says, I can modify the

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist 1.4 and Debian Buster

2019-08-08 Thread Chris
Hi Remi, On 8/08/2019 4:46 pm, Remi Gacogne wrote: That's actually one of the most readable configuration I have seen in a while, don't worry ;-) Good to know, still got some work to do on it to make it more friendly though. That's very weird, I don't see anything unusual in your

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist 1.4 and Debian Buster

2019-08-08 Thread Remi Gacogne
On 8/8/19 12:04 PM, Chris wrote: > I just noticed there is even more strange behavior. I restarted the > dnsdist instance and sent traffic for it to reproduce the issue. While > it was working I made a 'ANY' query for google.com. One the issue > occured I could still send that query and get an

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist performance

2019-08-08 Thread Remi Gacogne
Please keep replying to the mailing-list instead of replying to me directly, as your answers might help others. I have not included your message because I'm not sure what you expected to share publicly, but we only do non-public support for customers [1]. Would you consider sending metrics to our