[Pdns-users] Changes between versions
opendak at shaw.ca
Tue Sep 20 17:32:11 UTC 2016
On 2016-09-20 11:26 AM, Yves Goergen wrote:
> Thanks for the info. Strange that Ubuntu has decided to do such nonsense
> for a stable distribution. Good to check what you'll get before you get it.
> Is it enough to add that repository to my package sources before doing
> the dist-upgrade? I haven't seen this "apt preferences" stuff before but
> it looks like it.
> And still, what changes will I have to face between 3.3.1 and the
> current 4.0.1?
Check both of these:
> On 19/09/2016 21:15, Yves Goergen wrote:
>> Also, is it true that Ubuntu has packaged an alpha version into their
>> LTS distribution? Isn't it that alpha versions are highly unstable,
>> not much tested, have lots of known bugs and should never be used in
>> production systems?
> The answers are: yes, yes, yes, yes and yes :-)
> The alpha version of pdns-server which Ubuntu included in 16.04 is
> seriously broken, especially with mysql backend. Don't use it.
> Last I heard (which was the beginning of August), the pdns people were
> still working on getting at least 4.0.0 final into Xenial. In the mean
> time, you're better off using the packages which they release themselves:
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