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    Measuring queries/sec under Bind


    How can I measure queries/sec under Bind? Is there a MIB that already exists? Is there a command I can manually run to output statistics? I'm trying to get a grip on current performance so I can scale to future requirements, and I'm feeling blind w/o any current usage data.

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    dnsperf from Nominum works great.

    ftp://ftp.nominum.com/pub/nominum/dnsperf/

    Although I do have a question for anyone who's used it.
    I ran it locally on the server and over my gig-e network.
    The results? The LAN was 30% faster than on localhost.
    Maybe the loopback just doesn't process as fast and I'm
    to expect the performance difference? Or is this weird?

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