[nsd-users] NSD v4.0 release date?
pciocan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 12:37:43 UTC 2012
Thank you for your answer and sorry for my late reply. I saw your reply
on Peter's question and i might actually start using this last snapshot
on one of our nameservers and will monitor it to see how it works. It
should be a good test because we get between 40 and 50 millions queries
in 24 hours on each of our name servers and have a relatively big number
of domains served. What prevented us from using NSD 3 is that it needs
to be restarted when adding/removing zones and adding/removing zones
happens relatively often on our nameservers. Where can i find the docs
on how to add/remove zones on the fly?
On 14-Jun-12 11:53 AM, Olaf Kolkman wrote:
> On Jun 13, 2012, at 5:12 PM, Pavel Ciocan wrote:
>> Does anybody know when NSD 4.0 will be released?
> Hello Pavel,
> We are currently shifting priorities in order to crank up the work on
> NSD4.0 it is not very likely that you will see a production release
> before end of year, albeit not impossible either.
> During the development process working snapshots (working, but with
> limited functionality) will be published in SVN
> (See http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/svn/nsd/tags/ ). Obviously these
> snapshots are for the daring among you who want to help us test in
> real world environments.
> Currently we are at snapshot 5. Now that might not mean a lot but we
> have accomplished a few things:
> * Performance increase with radixtree and more optimal compilation.
> * UDB on disk, removal of zonec. This means using editable disk
> database with mmap.
> * NSEC3 prehash incremental
> * Patterns, new config file structures to manage many zones
> * Control, SSL remote control: output statistics, force zone transfer,
> add and remove zones.
> The above is a cut-n-paste from internal notes and may not mean very
> much. However, while maintaining the (stable) NSD3 query logic we
> improved performance and added features that folk have been waiting
> for: Addition and removal of zones without the need of a restart.
> If you are daring to run the snapshot we appreciate any feedback you
> may have.
> Keep you posted,
> Olaf M. Kolkman
> www.NLnetLabs.nl <http://www.NLnetLabs.nl>
> olaf at NLnetLabs.nl <mailto:olaf at NLnetLabs.nl>
> Science Park 400, 1098 XH Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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