> Does this mean that when you use domain names like slashdot.org or
> ibm.com (without the www) that you are doing unnecessary lookups in the
> tuatha/cd/tcd etc domains?
> Does this have any performance overhead?
As it happens, I have "nodots" set to one. I was using the above as an
If I had nodots:2, then yes, it would try the search path first for
things like /. - but as all of my search stuff is on nets pretty close
to me (in fact, my local machine is a nameserver for most of them), it
wouldn't be too much of an overhead.
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