DNS system-resolved caching problem

Airw0lf

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I recently upgraded from Proxmox 7 to 8.
Within that upgrade, the systemd-resolved was removed.

I reinstalled this with the stub-resolver enabled - the same way it was previously.
In fact - the original systemd-resolved config-file was not removed.

However the caching (i.e. stub-resolving) doesn't work as expected - possible reasons:
(1) - At the moment, I have two interfaces attached to systemd-resolved: 127.0.0.53%lo and 127.0.0.54.
Previously there was only 127.0.0.53 and things where fine.
(2) - I used resolvconf to tweak the behavior of DNS/system-d resolving a bit - which was also removed.
If I want to re-install this, it wants to remove systemd-resolved.
Meaning I can not tweak the behavior of systemd-resolved in a way I did previously.

Does this ring any bells? Anyone?
 
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