Latest RSSAC’s meetings have resulted in two documents, namely RSSAC001 and RSSAC002, which come with a set of recommendations regarding the performance of the DNS root system. In these documents, one could read about the best practice that root servers can offer and gives a guideline about the expectations that the users could have regarding services. It also points out that there should be a variety in the approaches for the root servers and comes as a replacement of the old sets of parameters that are required from the root server operators. All these recommendations should help establish a way of warning which could allow to find possible effects determined by the expansion of the root zone. The two documents are released on the RSSAC’s webpage and will serve as a technical set of advice meant to help the root server organizations for the future.