Yesterday, I was doing some researching on a new Twitter app site I was making. Since I was going to be dealing with a heap of data, I needed to make sure the web server was optimized as much as it can. One of the way to optimize your web server (or even your Linux desktop), is to install “DNS Cache”.
DNS Cache basically caches your DNS queries so if you try to access the same domain name again later, it’s retrieved from the cache in less than 1ms instead of taking another 20 to 500ms. (This depends but usually, it takes anywhere between 20 to 500ms for a DNS fe