Re: [dnsdist] DNSDIST 1.3.3-3 from standard debian buster

2019-08-13 Thread Lichtnau Frank
Hi Remi, I think, it has to be with 'high latencies'. I have: - 1 pool (winmls) for windows-ad-dns-queries - 1 pool (mls) for rest of our internal domain - and a dns-forwarder (with 3 listener) for external dns-queries. The pools work fine with latencies of 0.3 - 0.8 The single dns-forwarder

[dnsdist] DelayAction with dnsdist 1.4.0-rc1

2019-08-13 Thread Brian Sullivan
Hi, I am running dnsdist 1.4.0-rc1 and I am seeing something odd. As a test I have the following rule configured. addAction(MaxQPSIPRule(2, 32, 48), DelayAction(500)) and I run 100 queries at 10 per second and my statistics from my client are as follows: Statistics for data/input/input1: min =

[dnsdist] Feature Request?

2019-08-13 Thread Brian Sullivan
Hi, I'd like to know where I should submit a feature request and what that process might be? Thanks, brian -- Brian M. Sullivan Senior Staff Security Intelligence Engineer bsulli...@lookout.com | www.lookout.com ___ dnsdist mailing list

[dnsdist] metronome on FreeBSD - rc.d script

2019-08-13 Thread Leo Vandewoestijne
Hi, This message is not dnsdist specifically, but about metronome. Still I though this channel would be the most appropriate. I just wrote an rc.d script for the metronome port in FreeBSD. If you happen to be interrested in both, then please review

[dnsdist] Define out-of-band IP to reach carbon server

2019-08-13 Thread Leo Vandewoestijne
Hi, I'm running dnsdist inside a virtualized host, which has anycasted IP's and out-of-band IP's. Using nc I can reach my carbon server BUT have to define the source IP. Now I wish to have dnsdist sent data to metronome. So I assumed using "setLocal" would define the main IP, and so set the

Re: [dnsdist] dnsdist performance

2019-08-13 Thread Klaus Darilion
Hi Remi! Am 11.08.2019 um 18:26 schrieb Remi Gacogne: > Hi Klaus, > > On 8/10/19 10:30 PM, Klaus Darilion wrote: >> I had similar results. Starting 4 listening threads and 4 receivers >> threads (by adding the same backend 4 times) boosted my performance - >> almost linear. > > Similar in terms

Re: [dnsdist] DNSDIST 1.3.3-3 from standard debian buster

2019-08-13 Thread Chris
Hi Frank, On 12/08/2019 10:27 pm, Lichtnau Frank wrote: Hi, I can confirm that we have the same problems under debian buster  like Chris call “dnsdist 1.4 and Debian buster”. https://mailman.powerdns.com/pipermail/dnsdist/2019-August/000601.html Thanks for the feedback, this is very