[Pdns-users] Supported databases of the OpenDBX backend
norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Fri Jan 26 17:22:56 UTC 2007
> Is this a new version of PDNS, or a program used to connect Linux to
> different DB's? Will this combination work with Suse Linux and MS SQL?
Sorry for being not precise enough:
Bert Hubert is the author and maintainer of the PowerDNS server and only he
can release new versions of PowerDNS itself.
The opendbxbackend is a backend I maintain for the PowerDNS server to connect
to databases supported by the OpenDBX library. I've released new versions for
both, the opendbxbackend and the OpenDBX library and SuSE Linux/MS SQL is a
supported combination even if I didn't tested this specifically.
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> Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 12:00 PM
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> Subject: [Pdns-users] Supported databases of the OpenDBX backend
> Hi all
> After having released the next stable series of OpenDBX (1.2.x), I would
> to give you an update about the supported and tested databases in
> with the OpenDBX backend.
> These databases are tested and officially supported:
> - MySQL
> - PostgreSQL
> - SQLite 2 and 3
> - MS SQL Server
> - Sybase ASE
> - Oracle
> The new Firebird 2.0 database wasn't tested up to now but should also work.
> Speed tests done a while ago have shown that the OpenDBX backend not only
> offers more high-end features than the other backends shipped with PowerDNS
> but also higher performance. This is at least true for the gmysql backend
> I've used for comparison as it is probably the backend used most often in
> Feel free to test PowerDNS with your favorite database now :-)
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