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  • Thanks...

    @Zen said: from what I can tell off the top of my head without looking at actual code

    Code will come :) I'm being slow because I want to release some that is at least relatively secure....

  • Gave the interface a bit of a facelift today :) See what you think of it...

  • Thinking about a failover implementation via api with uptimerobot or other service ?

  • @tsanten said: Thinking about a failover implementation via api with uptimerobot or other service ?

    Not at the present time. It would be like trying to run before learning to walk :) Once the basics are ironed out then yes, I'll certainly look at it.

  • Incidentally, I'm using nsdmin in production now. Migrated the last of my domains from dnsmadeeasy last weekend. I'm currently serving about 120 domains and 1,000 records. Was playing around with a bash script to access nsd's internal stats this morning.... here's the output when run on one of my 3 nameservers:

    NSD REPORT
    Thu Nov 29 18:24:32 NST 2012
    
       Runtime : 4.68194 hours
       Queries : 4238
    
      per hour : 905
     per month : 661506
    
             A : 3680
            NS : 49
         CNAME : 1
           SOA : 1
            MX : 420
           TXT : 80
           SRV : 4
           SPF : 3
    

    nsd clears its internal stats on a restart or reload. I added a new domain this afternoon, forcing a restart....

    Thanked by 1bohdans
  • Not now of course but in the long run

  • @tsanten said: Not now of course but in the long run

    Absolutely. I think the procedure would be similar to dynamic dns support, which I have working, but it needs further refinement. All in time :)

  • tsantentsanten Member
    edited November 2012

    When the source will be available to play with ?
    How much ram and cpu consume ?
    Thank You again for open this path

  • @tsanten said: When the source will be available to play with ?

    How much ram and cpu consume ?

    Source soon I hope. It's still rough in places, and I don't have much spare time lately to devote to it.

    RAM & CPU? Bugger all :) maybe 12-16 MB with nginx, php 5.4 and nsd. Runs fine on a 32MB VPS if you know what you're doing. 128MB is luxury :)

  • Impressive , il wait paciently for the source and hope for failover ehehhehe

  • Can't wait to get my hands on the code, will be fun to play around with, and I wouldn't mind sending you some code in because I also plan to add tsanten's recommendation.

    curl -L range.website

  • @sleddog did you ever release the source for this - I would be very interested in it, if you did.

    thanks

  • @prae5 said: did you ever release the source for this - I would be very interested in it, if you did.

    Not yet, just too busy. Working for a living sucks.... ;)

  • No problems.

    For anyone else interested in similar projects, I found this:

    http://atomiadns.com

    From initial look, it seems fairly complete - full api, docs and sandbox site with it all running.

  • Its used by Edis and if i remember well 256mb its the minimum.
    nsadmin its way bellow that.

  • @sleddog said: Not yet

    comeon... i need it to power my LEB with nsd
    release pls.. :)

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