Where DB_NAME is the name of my host. The address can be resolved always using ping and nslookup. As I said, this only occurs from time to time. Does anyone know this issue? Maybe some configuration restriction on the number of active connections or X connections in a time bucket policy?
try ip-address instead... dns is excluded in that case
check with network-team
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I found out yesterday that the problem was the database resolving the address name. The confusion for me was the need of the database to translate the name and not only who starts the connection, but there must be a good explanation for that