[bogofilter-bounces+87e5ba617cc6abb22ff1d3edbee80e1de56b4641 at bogofilter.org: Bogofilter mailing list probe message]

David Relson relson at osagesoftware.com
Mon Jul 26 02:55:49 CEST 2004

On Mon, 19 Jul 2004 14:34:23 -0400
Bob Vincent wrote:

> Interesting.
> I just got one.
> My DNS has all the required (and optional) settings, and it's hosted
> with one of the most reliable providers in North America.
> mmm....
> I've got two guesses for the root of the problem:
>   1. The DNS server accessed by mail.osagesoftware.com is overloaded
>      and sometimes fails to return correct info.
>   2. The .ORG nameservers are overloaded, and sometimes fail to return
>      correct info.  
> #2 may be the more likely scenario.  There are only two .ORG
> nameservers.  They're both owned and operated by UltraDNS, and they
> both went DOWN at the same time on Monday morning a couple of weeks
> ago.
> Hmm....  I oughtta put a Nagios tracer on them and report back on how
> often per month they're unavailable...


If it'd help, I can likely find in my logs one (or more) instances of
the messages about problems reaching you.  As I'm not a postfix/dns
guru, I can't fully analyze them.

I don't think the .ORG nameservers are involved.  Both osagesoftware.com
(my software contracting identity) and bogofilter.org (domains, dns,
mail service, web service, etc) are hosted on my network interface
computer.  Domains that nic.osagesoftware.com can't resolve go to my DSL
ISP's name server, etc etc.  

If you (or anyone else) have the skills to analyze what's going on and
need more info, contact me off list :-)



More information about the Bogofilter mailing list