I'm wondering what DNS servers
systemd-resolved will use when no domains are set. Does it use the
Global DNS server or use one of the
Link DNS servers? For example, when there are no domains set:
$ resolvectl domain Global: Link 217 (vethcad2158): Link 215 (vethbcc93d0): Link 213 (veth97a2e2d): Link 205 (vethea47238): Link 201 (vethfd64a0e): Link 3 (docker0): Link 2 (ens160):
And we have
Global DNS servers configured via
/etc/systemd/resolved.conf and also from a
Link via DHCP:
$ resolvectl dns Global: 10.3.0.21 Link 217 (vethcad2158): Link 215 (vethbcc93d0): Link 213 (veth97a2e2d): Link 205 (vethea47238): Link 201 (vethfd64a0e): Link 3 (docker0): Link 2 (ens160): 10.3.0.21 10.3.0.22 10.3.0.23 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168
systemd-resolved default to sending everything to
Global if there are no domains set, or would it chose to send to
Link 2 for anything? If the Global DNS server (
10.3.0.21) doesn't respond, will it round-robin through the
Link 2 DNS servers? If yes, when (if ever) does
systemd-resolved decide when to try the
Global DNS server again?
This line from the
systemd-resolved documentation seems relevant:
If a query does not match any configured routing domain (either per-link or global), it is sent to all DNS servers that are configured on links with the DefaultRoute= option set, as well as the globally configured DNS server.
So my guess is that it will use all configured DNS servers, from both
Links. What's the priority? Will it start with
Global and continue using that until/unless the
Global DNS server doesn't respond? And the doc says the query "is sent to all DNS servers", does that mean it will actually send a single query to every configured DNS server at once, perhaps taking the response from whichever server responds first?
Sorry for all the questions and thanks for any and all information!