[Pdns-users] 61 kbyte separate package of the most current powerdns recursor
justin at dynam.ac
Mon Mar 27 16:24:53 UTC 2006
Just a idea, might be worthwhile versioning these "snapshots" with a
SVN revision number, to help us (the users) and at least you, to know
what version we running when reporting problems etc.
Second, in regards to your question about packaging a separate
release for the recursor, why don't you include the recursor in the
standard PDNS releases you do (same as today) as well as offering a
separate versioned release for the recursor. For me, I use the PDNS
on my nameservers, of which 2 are serving recursing clients as well,
so its just a bit more "troublesome" to download or keep track of two
releases rather than one.
Cheers for the effort you guys put into PDNS, cause in turn, its
saved me effort as well.
On 27 Mar 2006, at 10:34 PM, bert hubert wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 27, 2006 at 09:33:18AM -0500, John Nelson wrote:
>> It sounds like it is, but would you consider this separate release
>> safe to
>> put on a production server?
> First, if you downloaded pdns-recursor.tar.bz2 already, you need to
> do so
> again, it changed in important ways.
> This tarball is currently being rolled out in production and there
> are a few
> (small) nits. However, the version that is currently online on
> http://svn.powerdns.com/pdns-recursor.tar.bz2 (which is a lot
> bigger, 102kb
> because of FreeBSD issues) is known to be the best pdns recursor
> So, if you currently run the pdns recursor, this version should be
> better than what you are running now.
> If you are currently *happily* running something else, you are
> better off waiting a day or two.
> If you are currently running something else but it has shown
> issues, then
> this tarball should be a good bet.
> I'll do a bells-and-whistles release somewhere this week, with
> freshmeat and
> I hope this clarifies the nature of this separate release enough.
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