Namebench runs on Mac OS X, Windows, and UNIX, and is available with a graphical user interface as well as a command-line interface. – Checking latest sanity reference – Checking nameserver health (4040 servers) – Building initial DNS cache for 4040 nameservers (40 threads) – Checking nameserver availability (40 threads):. Automatically exported from code.google.com/p/namebench. See the rank of google/namebench on GitHub Ranking.
Try out namebench. Namebench was written using open-source tools and libraries such as Python, Tkinter, PyObjC, dnspython, jinja2 and graphy. AUR: namebench.git AUR Package Repositories click here to return to the package details page summarylogtreecommitdiffstats log msg author committer range path: root/PKGBUILD. Slow DNS servers can make for a terrible web browsing experience, but knowing which one to use isn’t easy. namebench is a new open source tool that helps to take the guess-work out of the DNS server selection process.
Look at most relevant Namebench mirror websites out of 24.3 Thousand at MetricsKey. Namebench mirror found at ftp. Main page screenshot of github.com. Once Namebench returns a result, mark down the IP addresses it lists and head to System Preferences Network. Any feedback or comments here or on the blog or in github is greatly appreciated. Another question: I tried measuring performance with DNS Benchmark and namebench and the pi server is always at the bottom (slow) even on the second run when the addresses should be cached.