Lots of other DNS servers use their own databases and handle caching themselves (tinydns, powerdns, djb). maradns is the one exception I know of, but I don't think it has seen much adoption...?
You make an excellent point, this is a great example of swap usage ont he server. Nevertheless, I'm still under the impression that my "most servers don't want swap" statement still holds.
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