Given that data set I do not see how you are going to make a case for a network issue. The most I could see that data set implying is that there may be a differance in the number of IXFR/AXFR started on two different servers -- where that difference comes from is not stated by that data. Could one of the servers be overloaded and not accepting or initiating transfers? could the named be compiled differently on one of the servers or the config file be different? could the kernel on the server be a different revision/patch level/compile options different? It may be a better option to look at network data instead of application data to pinpoint network issues.. IMHO.
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