Re: [DNSOP] Any website publishers who use CDNs on the list?

Paul Vixie <paul@redbarn.org> Wed, 07 November 2018 18:07 UTC

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Tony Finch wrote:
> ...
>
> And even if you can get the recursive server addresses, you should still
> go through the name service switch to deal with names that aren't in the
> DNS.

agreed.

>
> The custom DNS stub resolvers that I know about (adns, ldns, libevent)
> reimplement the libc resolver, with their own parsers for /etc/resolv.conf
> and all the rest.

dns requests should almost universally go out via the open source 
"getdns" API (https://getdnsapi.net/) at this point. if your code uses 
one of the above methods, or getXbyY() in any form, please investigate.

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P Vixie