[Pdns-dev] Dynamic dns update support

Ruben d'Arco cyclops at prof-x.net
Sat Feb 16 08:43:30 CET 2013

Hi John,

I try to keep up to date with Peter's github. Whenever he updates, i rebase on that and run the rfc2136 implementation through the test-suite. So far, it's been doing that quite well. And yes, i do pull regular changes into my branch.
I've also been running the code on my home network where it works with isc's dhcpd. Unfortunatly, my home network isn't really a high-load or demanding environment :-)

I just compared the current SVN with my rfc2136 branch and i don't see any changes that do not belong with the rfc2136 implementation.
Feel free to ask about specific changes that make you wonder if it is more than ddns.

	Ruben d'Arco

On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 07:48:48PM -0500, John Reuning wrote:
> Ruben,
> Many thanks for the reference.  I diffed the rfc2136 branch against
> svn, and there are quite a few changes.  I'm not familiar with the
> codebase, but it looked like there's more than the ddns update.  How
> stable would you say this code is?  I plan to try it out regardless;
> I'm just trying to set my expectations.
> If trunk is in svn, are you regularly pulling changes into your branch?
> Thanks,
> -John
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 5:42 PM, Ruben d'Arco <cyclops at prof-x.net> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Sorry, I need to correct that. The latest is:
> > https://github.com/cyclops1982/powerdns/tree/rfc2136
> >
> > The dyndns2 branch had a different approach/usage on the backend. The rfc2136 branch takes a new approach (replacerrset) which was introduced in pdns auth 3.2.

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