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answered Allowing users to use their domain name to their profile?
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comment does a 302 redirect force another DNS lookup?
so, while a 302 does not specifically cause another DNS lookup, if the normal TTL has expired, it will force another one. This would be contrary to the behavior we've actually seen in browsers. Supporting documentation: The browser - in order to speed up performance - maintains a cache of results which in the abscence of any other information is timed out after 30 minutes in the case of MS Explorer and 1 minute in the case of the Mozilla family (configurable in both cases) - from netwidget.net/books/apress/dns/info/minimum-ttl.html
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comment does a 302 redirect force another DNS lookup?
+1 - specifically, the local DNS are clustered BIND servers (behind the same hardware load balancers), with NS delegations to the GSLB devices for the load-balanced records. Additional info added to OP
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comment Is there anything I can do about someone who has pointed their domain at my ip?
and, if they fail to correct the situation, you can always setup a redirect to your favorite porn site =)
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answered What is a good web interface for remote linux load monitoring?
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answered linux dns server
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answered Issues resolving DNS entries for multi-homed servers
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answered Postfix throttling for outgoing messages
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comment Getting a feel for postfix
anytime...again, if you run into specific issues, please feel free to post up. I've gotten postfix to do some pretty weird things in my time =)
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comment Getting a feel for postfix
well, it's been a long time since I went thru it, but they used to have a very good layout with descriptions of the interactions between the various sub-processes. With a quick read-thru, the architecture overview is a pretty substantial "how this thing works". Beyond that, I've read a few articles about modular (Postfix) versus monolithic (Sendmail) type architectures and I, personally, lean fairly heavily to the modular philosophy.