From: Colm Buckley (colm at domain tuatha.org)
Date: Thu 18 Jul 2002 - 13:08:57 IST
On Thu 18 Jul 2002 12:51, Dave Rynne wrote:
>> Only two out of the nine published nameservers for the IE domain have
>> these glue records.
> See my last mail. Glue records in the IE zone file for these hosts
> are no longer needed.
Okay. Last mail from me on the subject, I promise. *Something* has
been causing problems with Esat's DNS. It might be the peculiar glue
arrangements, it might be the mismatch between the esat.net NS records
on *.gtld-servers.net. and those on *.ns.esat.net, or it might be
something else entirely. Everything seems to be working at the moment
so whatever it is might have been resolved.
I'm well aware that making changes to the DNS architecture in a major
ISP is a hard problem which gives major headaches to anyone who
approaches; I have the same problems myself on a smaller scale. I'm
not into hard criticism here; the service works very well most of the
time, and I know Esat have been very diligent in chasing down problems
as they occur. But it's not true to say that there have been *no*
-- Colm Buckley | colm at domain tuatha.org | +353 87 2469146 | www.colm.buckley.name Opportunities always look bigger going than coming.
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