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[Unbound-users] RHEL 5 and Unbound

W.C.A. Wijngaards
Mon Oct 25 17:08:26 CEST 2010


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Hi,

Offlist, Bruce found a solution, it was do turn off do-ip6 in the
unbound.conf.  Ip6 was turned off in RHEL as well.  For some reason the
ipv6 sockets took an inordinate amount of effort.

(I would like people to run with ipv6 enabled of course, but this seems
interesting when you deploy on kernels with ipv6 disabled).

Best regards,
   Wouter


> On 10/19/2010 06:10 PM, Hayward, Bruce wrote:
>> Hi
> 
>> Currently we are running Bind 9.5+ on Solaris 10/Sun Netra 240s, and
>> RHEL 5.5 on Dell 2970s.
> 
>> I have been trying different flavours of Unbound, both compiling myself,
>> and using the precompiled flavours from M n M.
> 
>> I am also trying out Nominum, as well as Bind and Unbound.
> 
>> I see a marked improvement in QPS over Bind on the Solaris 10 servers in
>> both Unbound, and Nominum.
> 
>> On the RHEL servers I see improvement over Bind with Nominum (I get
>> 20,000+ QPS with Bind alone), but degradation when trying Unbound. This
>> is trying different flavours of Unbound, both compiling myself, and
>> using the precompiled flavours from M n M.
> 
>> Does anyone have a unbound.conf with reasonable QPS on a RHEL 5X server
>> that I can see?
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