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[leafnode-list] texpire causes network activity?
I just installed leafnode 1.9.3, and so far it's working great.
The system is Redhat Linux 5.2, connecting to my ISP with dial
on demand (diald). I'm leafnode once a day, and have texpire
scheduled to run once a day, at 4:00 AM.
The problem: when texpire runs, it seems to generate network
traffic, because it triggers diald, dialing the modem (and
waking me up in the process). This seems strange, since I was
under the impression that texpire simply deletes expired articles
from the server.
I ran tcpdump on the server, and from what I can tell, it seems
to be doing a reverse DNS lookup:
tcpdump: listening on sl0
04:01:16.890000 127.0.0.2.1369 > 18.104.22.168.domain: 26003+ PTR?
04:01:17.150000 127.0.0.2.1370 > 22.214.171.124.domain: 7062+ (44)
04:01:21.900000 127.0.0.2.1371 > 126.96.36.199.domain: 26003+ PTR?
04:01:22.160000 127.0.0.2.1372 > 188.8.131.52.domain: 7062+ (44)
04:01:31.910000 127.0.0.2.1373 > 184.108.40.206.domain: 26003+ PTR?
04:01:32.170000 127.0.0.2.1374 > 220.127.116.11.domain: 7062+ (44)
04:01:37.120000 127.0.0.2.1374 > 18.104.22.168.domain: 7063+ PTR?
Has anyone else using leafnode with dial on demand experienced
this? Am I doing something wrong? Any advice or information
would be appreciated.
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