[Nanog] Re: IPv6 rDNS - how will it be done?

Larry Sheldon LarrySheldon at cox.net
Tue Apr 27 20:28:33 CDT 2010


On 4/27/2010 20:25, Richard Barnes wrote:
> <off-topic>
> <IANADBExpert>
> 
> Interesting theory, but seems kind of wrong.  Wouldn't the time to
> look up or fail be tied to the complexity of how the key space is
> populated?  In any case, it seems like the time to succeed or fail
> will usually be about the same, since you'll try to access the value
> for a key and either find something there or fail.

The theory is based on the notion that if you find something you stop
looking for it.  If what you are looking for is not there, you have to
search all of the key-space, regardless of the index method.

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