#debian - Fri 18 May 2007 between 05:45 and 05:55

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fooHow can I get a kernel newer than sarge (2.6.8) but older than etch (maybe, 2.6.15) on debian without building from source? Or even a newer kernel ... I've had several problems with the default debian kernel on etch.
peterSroland_: I just tried all 8 roTLD servers, they all agree, your nameserver should be 89.137.108.222. so the problem is definitely at your end.
roland_ah...
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peterSroland_: try this: dig @primary.rotld.ro. ns assa-electronic.ro.
roland_: that will show what output I expected to get from 89.137.108.222
roland_peterS: ok , can you look at this : http://paste.debian.net/28234
peterSroland_: missing a "$TTL 86400" line to declare a default TTL for each record - or you can declare a TTL on each line
cheshire314hi everybody
roland_peterS: but does that affect proper operation ?
peterSroland_: (the ttl field goes before the "IN" field)
cydorkfoo: what problems are you facing with default kerenel on etch?
peterSroland_: I don't think that is probably your problem, but it is one thing you should fix anyway
roland_ok man, im gonna modify it now
86400 is good value?
peterS86400 means that if I have cached the IP for www.assa-electronic.ro, I should not check my cached value for 86400 seconds (one day)
roland_ok
peterSthe correct value depends on how often you expect your IP addresses to change
roland_(never)
peterS86400 seconds (1 day) is a fairly common value, but you can set it higher if you are sure you'll have plenty of warning before any IP address changes
roland_ok
peterSfor example, if you know an IP will change in 1 week, you can set the TTL for that record to be smaller, some time before the week is over, so that when the IP does change, clients will refresh sooner
roland_i also didnt set up a reverse dns file for the zone is that ok ?
peterSdo you have control of your reverse zone?
roland_i dont have a specific ip block allocated to me
peterS"whois" only shows the large block owned by Astral Telecom, it doesn't show anything more specific
roland_ok then it doesnt matter
the problem is not there
hmm
checking router again
peterSmake sure to forward UDP 53 and TCP 53 both
since some DNS queries use one, some use the other
(DNS queries that expect to receive a lot of data use TCP, shorter queries use UDP)
foocydork: NIC card (with via/realtek), filesystem goes into read only on another box. ... to say the least.
roland_DNS udp 53 192.168.0.8 53
DNS tcp 53 192.168.0.8 53
this is port forwarded in NAT section of my router
peterSroland_: right, and make sure your internal DNS server is set up to answer queries from everybody in the world
roland_ok , i check that in named.conf ?
peterSyeah

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