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What do the log entries 'adb: grow_entries ..' mean?
Author: Cathy Almond Reference Number: AA-00706 Views: 4050 Created: 2012-06-15 08:47 Last Updated: 2017-11-10 15:57 0 Rating/ Voters

Question:

I am getting the following informational messages on starting named after installing bind 9.8.1-P1 on a set of resolvers:

18-Nov-2011 03:35:14.872 database: info: adb: grow_entries to 1531 starting
18-Nov-2011 03:35:14.874 database: info: adb: grow_entries finished

Answer:

The ADB hash table is a potential resource bottleneck - so it is being dynamically re-sized according to usage levels.  The change that introduces this new behavior was released in BIND 9.8.0:

2993.    [func]        Dynamically grow adb hash tables. [RT #21186]


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