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Re: What is the DNS server order of lookup?

In article <VA.00000010.0054a1b9@ainsworthnospam.com>, Andy Konecny
wrote:
> I only ran the test on one of each pair of DNS
> servers leaving the primary at each site with SP2, could the cache

from
> one repopulate the other?
>

Not that I've heard, but I don't recall the question being asked
before
either. Even so, I doubt the cache is shared between servers -- that

could make for a very confusing mess <g>.

bd
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www.InsightNetSolutions.net




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Re: What is the DNS server order of lookup?

In article <VA.00001cd3.12d03966@nscsysops.net>, Brad Doster wrote:
> I doubt the cache is shared between servers -- that
> could make for a very confusing mess <g>.
>

That was my thought as well, hence the assumption and now the question

about that assumption.


Andy Konecny
Ainsworth Inc. in Toronto
[sometimes being certifiable is more fun than being certified :]




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