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    Random related observation: If a network-related program is running (unexpectedly) slowly, you should suspect DNS.

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      Kind of reminds me of the old nscd – except just for dns instead of all of nss/passwd/group and whatever else nscd did too.

      Aside: I wonder what benefit there is here to using an inet udp socket vs a unix domain socket… Ability to chroot? No need to also have a “file” pledge?

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        How does one configure it? Does resolv.conf point to rebound or to rebound’s forward server(s)?

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          Somewhat undecided. Right now it just reads an IP address out of rebound.conf but if rebound becomes “the resolver” then perhaps it will read resolv.conf instead.

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            In /etc/rebound.conf: 8.8.8.8

            In /etc/resolv.conf: 127.0.0.1