Finding performance in naming service routing


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Believe it or not; but for network congruences there is optimal naming of a name service not with bit of data that is only a couple of 0110110 difference in nsX like ns1, ns2, ns3, n4 but optimally a six letter networking route is a much better naming convention, using the domain example.com these are some of the optimal naming conventions for naming services, not an NSA reference:-

  1. naming.example.com (equivalent of ns1.example.com)
  2. namity.example.com (equivalent of ns2.example.com)
  3. namous.example.com (equivalent of ns3.example.com)
  4. namers.example.com (equivalent of ns4.example.com)
  5. namion.example.com (equivalent of ns5.example.com)
  6. namies.example.com (equivalent of ns6.example.com)
  7. namuin.example.com (equivalent of ns7.example.com)
  8. namier.example.com (equivalent of ns8.example.com)

Moving out of what 1, 2, 3, 4 etc. is only a single bit difference naming services would work better have a more distinguished route, which is more than one bit of data that is the difference of 00, 01, 10, 11 in the routing naming path as a six to eight byte naming convention.

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