Unverified Commit 939e78fa authored by Gavin Brown's avatar Gavin Brown
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...@@ -55,8 +55,8 @@ The directives are explained below. ...@@ -55,8 +55,8 @@ The directives are explained below.
Default: `$HOSTNAME` Default: `$HOSTNAME`
This value is insterted into the \`node\_id\` column of stats database. It This value is insterted into the \`node\_id\` column of the stats database.
disambiguates the source of each row, allowing data from multiple It disambiguates the source of each row, allowing data from multiple
monitoring nodes to be aggregated losslessly. monitoring nodes to be aggregated losslessly.
If not set, the system's host name is used. If not set, the system's host name is used.
...@@ -174,13 +174,13 @@ down if it does not respond within this amount of time. This value ...@@ -174,13 +174,13 @@ down if it does not respond within this amount of time. This value
Default: `false` Default: `false`
Enable recursion (i.e. set the \`rd\` bit on the queries sent to servers). Enable recursion (i.e. set the `rd` bit on the queries sent to servers).
## `Question QUESTION` ## `Question QUESTION`
Default: `example.com. IN A` Default: `example.com. IN A`
Specify the DNS question. The format is "QNAME QCLASS QTYPE". Specify the DNS question. The format is `QNAME QCLASS QTYPE`.
## `ResponseCode RCODE` ## `ResponseCode RCODE`
...@@ -194,9 +194,9 @@ accepted. ...@@ -194,9 +194,9 @@ accepted.
Default: none Default: none
Specify the servers to be checked. You can either specify a server name A comma-separated list of servers to be checked. You can either specify
(which will be resolved to a set of IP addresses), or literal IPv4 or a server name (which will be resolved to a set of IP addresses), or
IPv6 addresses. literal IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
This directive can't be used at the same time as the `Domains` This directive can't be used at the same time as the `Domains`
directive. directive.
...@@ -248,9 +248,6 @@ Every `UpdateInterval` seconds, `rdnsd` will write stats to the ...@@ -248,9 +248,6 @@ Every `UpdateInterval` seconds, `rdnsd` will write stats to the
database specified by `Database`, and, if set, the file specified by database specified by `Database`, and, if set, the file specified by
`StatsFile`. `StatsFile`.
Once the database has been updated, `rdnsd`'s internal data is reset,
so subsequent signals will produce fresh statistical data.
## LEGACY STATISTICS FILE FORMAT ## LEGACY STATISTICS FILE FORMAT
Older versions of `rdnsd` used a flat file format for statistics, which Older versions of `rdnsd` used a flat file format for statistics, which
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...@@ -684,8 +684,8 @@ The directives are explained below. ...@@ -684,8 +684,8 @@ The directives are explained below.
Default: C<$HOSTNAME> Default: C<$HOSTNAME>
This value is insterted into the `node_id` column of stats database. It This value is insterted into the `node_id` column of the stats database.
disambiguates the source of each row, allowing data from multiple It disambiguates the source of each row, allowing data from multiple
monitoring nodes to be aggregated losslessly. monitoring nodes to be aggregated losslessly.
If not set, the system's host name is used. If not set, the system's host name is used.
...@@ -826,13 +826,13 @@ B<MUST> be less than the value of C<Loop>. ...@@ -826,13 +826,13 @@ B<MUST> be less than the value of C<Loop>.
Default: C<false> Default: C<false>
Enable recursion (i.e. set the `rd` bit on the queries sent to servers). Enable recursion (i.e. set the C<rd> bit on the queries sent to servers).
=head2 C<Question QUESTION> =head2 C<Question QUESTION>
Default: C<example.com. IN A> Default: C<example.com. IN A>
Specify the DNS question. The format is "QNAME QCLASS QTYPE". Specify the DNS question. The format is C<QNAME QCLASS QTYPE>.
=head2 C<ResponseCode RCODE> =head2 C<ResponseCode RCODE>
...@@ -846,9 +846,9 @@ accepted. ...@@ -846,9 +846,9 @@ accepted.
Default: none Default: none
Specify the servers to be checked. You can either specify a server name A comma-separated list of servers to be checked. You can either specify
(which will be resolved to a set of IP addresses), or literal IPv4 or a server name (which will be resolved to a set of IP addresses), or
IPv6 addresses. literal IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
This directive can't be used at the same time as the C<Domains> This directive can't be used at the same time as the C<Domains>
directive. directive.
...@@ -900,9 +900,6 @@ Every C<UpdateInterval> seconds, C<rdnsd> will write stats to the ...@@ -900,9 +900,6 @@ Every C<UpdateInterval> seconds, C<rdnsd> will write stats to the
database specified by C<Database>, and, if set, the file specified by database specified by C<Database>, and, if set, the file specified by
C<StatsFile>. C<StatsFile>.
Once the database has been updated, C<rdnsd>'s internal data is reset,
so subsequent signals will produce fresh statistical data.
=head2 LEGACY STATISTICS FILE FORMAT =head2 LEGACY STATISTICS FILE FORMAT
Older versions of C<rdnsd> used a flat file format for statistics, which Older versions of C<rdnsd> used a flat file format for statistics, which
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