[nsd-users] NSD v4.0 release date?
pciocan at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 10:42:00 UTC 2012
As stated back in June we did took the snapshot and placed in production
on one server to test how it works. One month ago we deployed that same
snapshot on a second server as well. Till now there is not a single
issue and we get around 50 millions queries per server within 24 hours
for aboutn 300k zones.
We also had a DDoS hitting our servers with ~800mbps and NSD survived
Note that we are not using dnssec and servers are runnig as masters.
So all in all we are very satisfied by NSD4 (even if it is not yet the
production release). Keep up the good work and i hope this feedback is
usefull to you and maybe for others.
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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