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dnsdist: Add an option so the packet cache entries don't age #5136

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rgacogne commented Mar 12, 2017

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This might make sense in front of authoritative servers, especially if modified entries are purged from dnsdist's cache.

Closes #5126.

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@rgacogne rgacogne added this to the dnsdist-1.2.0 milestone Mar 12, 2017

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Habbie approved these changes Mar 20, 2017

one (60) is the TTL that will be used when a stale cache entry is returned.
the fourth one (60) is the TTL used for a Server Failure or a Refused response. The fifth
one (60) is the TTL that will be used when a stale cache entry is returned. The last one
is a boolean and indicates whether the TTL of reponses should be reduced by the number of the

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a boolean that indicates

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number of the seconds -> number of seconds

@rgacogne rgacogne force-pushed the rgacogne:dnsdist-cache-dont-age branch from 57fca9d to 2b67180 Mar 20, 2017

@ahupowerdns ahupowerdns merged commit c8ed916 into PowerDNS:master Apr 3, 2017

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