This is a discussion on Re: DNS timeout problem - SpamAssassin ; In , SM wrote: > Hi Tony, > At 15:01 06-07-2007, Tony Houghton wrote: > >I just use the one built in to my ADSL router; I don't know whether it > >caches. The one it forwards to at my ...
In <firstname.lastname@example.org>, SM wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> At 15:01 06-07-2007, Tony Houghton wrote:
> >I just use the one built in to my ADSL router; I don't know whether it
> >caches. The one it forwards to at my ISP is probably bind.
> The DNS server on your ADSL router is built for residential
> usage. If you are going to do a lot of DNS queries, for example with
> SpamAssassin, it is better to run a DNS server on the same computer
> as SpamAssassin.
SA used to kill a different router I used to have, but I don't think
that's the problem here. I temporarily pointed /etc/resolv.conf to my
ISP's servers and restarted spamd, which you'd expect to make at least
some difference, but it didn't really. Besides, I can still freely
browse the web etc while SA is stalled on these lookups.
I think I'll just have to stop using SA on my own machine :-(. It's
available at my ISP anyway; the only difference is I can't train it or
fine-tune it (which I didn't really do anyway) there.
TH * http://www.realh.co.uk