Carsten Strotmann <unbound at strotmann.de> wrote: > >> In short, the real solution is not to empty your cache:) Alternatively >> there are some DNS resolvers out there that can store the cache to disk >> on exit and reload it on starting (deadwood is one that comes to >> mind). >> >> http://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt >> http://www.maradns.org/download.html > > One of these nice DNS resolvers that can store and load the cache is > .... drumroll... Unbound! > > Usage: unbound-control [options] command > Remote control utility for unbound server. > [...] > dump_cache print cache to stdout > load_cache load cache from stdin > [...] > > However that is not done automatically, you need to tweak your startscript. > ...well I'll be darned. Guess $ORK tomorrow involves some shell scripting :) Cheers -- Alexander Clouter .sigmonster says: Don't compare floating point numbers solely for equality.