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On Feb 13, 2016 AM, "Clinton Gormley" [email protected]: @danielmitterdorfer https://github.com/danielmitterdorfer I'd be happy with just adding this documentation. [4m54s] AAAA 2a0::1010 (60) .695845 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 255, id 17766, offset 0, flags [none], proto UDP (17), length 72) 192.168.1.103.49957 192.168.1.103.49957: [udp sum ok] 27956 NXDomain q: A? My only concern is that DNS resolution timeout/failure should not block the pinging or delay it (remember we do it on master loss and we block writes until pinging is done).

Is there anything we need to change code-wise as well? [4m48s] A 173.1 (112) .625961 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 0, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 88) 192.168.1.1.53 192.168.1.103.58959: [udp sum ok] 36807 q: AAAA? This means implementing this can be tricky code wise (that code is already hairy) Any good workarounds for this?

In a Kubernetes deployment I’ve been a part of building at work, we had seen strange behavior: all external DNS queries took exactly two seconds to respond, the first time you queried them only. First off, nothing takes an exact amount of time in computing without somehow being related to timeouts - not network calls.

These DNS responses were taking between 2.000 and ~2.050 seconds without fail.

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Is there workaround for ES2.1 version As mentioned in the document , I still set networkaddress.cache.ttl=0 in java.security but it didnt resolve the issue since when i ping the new ES instance its resolved with new IP address as expected so I dont think its DNS caching issue. I see all connections ESTABLISHED with those 3 ES nodes IP addresses with command netstat -an | grep 9300 when I rebuild ES node one and waited until new ES node is built with new IP and is added back to cluster with green health then followed to rebuild other 2 nodes similarly .

[4m38s] A 173.1 (112) .737435 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 0, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 88) 192.168.1.1.53 192.168.1.103.60441: [udp sum ok] 14292 q: AAAA? Due to the load balancers even a single node cluster has multiple ip adresses and they may change at any point in time.

[4m44s] AAAA 2a0::1010 (60) .748453 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 255, id 17598, offset 0, flags [none], proto UDP (17), length 60) 192.168.1.103.55087 192.168.1.103.55087: [udp sum ok] 1167 q: A? It is particularly important when connecting to the cloud service.

When you look at the demo source code, you'll see that we query for one existing host (" and for one non-existing one (" This is now addressed in the forthcoming 5.1.0 (no date, sorry). I'm using ES 2.1 version , when one of ES instances is rebuilt then its throwing No Route To Host Exception.

My expectation is that we see DNS requests every 10 seconds for the existing host and only one for the non-existing one when we periodically clear the OS DNS cache. If you are in an environment where DNS changes are a thing, you will have to adjust the JVM DNS cache settings in your system security policy. to resolve the issue its forcing me rebuild dependent applications which connects to ES as client.