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DNS Services for a registrar
On a serious note, what are the providers out there that can do a decent
secondary dns hosting service?. looks like a lot of people stopped offering
this service for bulk amount of domains at reasonable price. Let's say
On Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 4:09 PM, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
> In message <CAGFn2k2+8zq8hjDQFwSaZ+s2Z6DTZOCWD_nnW+_4e0mgP7J5Mw@
> , Rubens Kuhl writes:
> > On Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 3:28 PM, Filip Hruska <fhr at fhrnet.eu> wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > If you are going the IaaS route, definitely checkout KnotDNS project.
> > > According to their benchmarks , it does much better than other DNS
> > > servers in about every workload.
> > >
> > >
> > The problem with KnotDNS/Yadifa/NSD is that they are too optimized for
> > servers with a small number of zones containing large numbers of records,
> > usually delegation-only. That is the use of TLD registries, but not the
> > case of registrars...
> > ... all those 3 are getting better in supporting large number of zones
> > small number of records, but the canonical solution in that space is
> > DNS. Things that TLDs usually don't like, SQL-backend for instance, makes
> > perfect sense for this use case.
> > Note that the only workload they tested is serving the root zone, not
> > multiple number of zones with variable number of RR-sets... so aligning
> > testing with the actual use case is crucial to make good decisions.
> > What I strongly support, though, is getting out of the BIND comfort zone.
> Named will support millions of zones and they don't need to be
> listed in named.conf. BIND 9.11 supports catalog zone which is a
> meta zone which says what zones the server should configure itself
> for and where to transfer those zones from, etc.
> Mark Andrews, ISC
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