Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
So by default, the algorithm dnsmasq uses for DNS lookups isa) Different from that use by GLibC b) Wrong Thus I think we should always use --strict-order when running dnsmasq. The attached patch adds this
The patch is fine, but I don't understand why you think the dnsmasq algorithm is any less right than the glibc/resolver one.
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