Friday, February 18, 2011

How aging and scavenging works.

When ever a new system or entry added to a DNS server ,then the DNS server will keep a time stamp for that entry .then for then next 7 days (No-refresh interval )the server will not cross check this entry .after 7 days the dns server will try to get update from the client (Refresh time)for the next 7 days. The process of no-refresh +refresh interval is called aging  .If it does not get any response from the so called client, then it starts scavenge, means it will remove the entry from its database
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