Re: About the slowness of gmail's DNS servers
On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 10:25 AM, Thomas Goirand <email@example.com> wrote:
> Jose Celestino wrote:
>> Words by Thomas Goirand [Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 07:09:36PM +0800]:
>>> It's been the 2nd time that I'm having problems with gmail not seeing my
>>> DNS updates after more than 24 hours, when the TTL is less than 2 hours.
>>> Other DNS servers from other ISP have no problem. It's quite annoying as
>>> my client is complaining, and it's hard to say "gmail is wrong, they
>>> don't do like they should and like everybody does". My customer will
>>> just not trust that.
>> How come it will not trust? Is gmail the reference? Don't recall that
>> being so...
> Do you really think that my customer is smart? :)
I guess you should get in contact with gmail's support, providing
details about your configuration and what do you think it's wrong.
Are you sure you updated everything correctly in your zone config,
including the serial? Did you make sure all your authoritative
nameservers have the new record?
- I'm not saying you did something wrong, just reminding that you
should mention all those details in your complaint.
> P.S: Please, DO NOT write to me as Cc:, it's written everywhere that
> it's not the way to reply to a Debian list, and I'm registered...
Then shouldn't you (or the list server) be setting the Reply-To header
accordingly in the messages? (Sorry, I didn't read the manual for
posting to debian lists, so I may have missed the point).