Andrew Sullivan wrote:
> This is because DNS RRs have a TTL on them, so looking up the host at
> any moment other than when you're actually doing the authentication is
> prone to error.
Perhaps the solution to this problem is to do the lookups and store the
TTL of each answer. At the time of actually checking you need only get
a new answer for those that expired.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
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