[nsd-users] NSD 4.1.24rc1 pre-release
sca at andreasschulze.de
Mon Aug 6 15:40:26 UTC 2018
Am 06.08.2018 um 13:29 schrieb Wouter Wijngaards:
> NSD 4.1.24rc1 pre-release is available for download
compiled without warnings and deployed on some lab systems...
> It is possible to use nsd-control over a command pipe, without using
> TLS, by setting the name of the control socket file. Access permissions
> on that file then act as the access control. No TLS is used, because it
> is not network traffic, and this is likely faster.
the code try to identify the socket type by some assumptions
-> start with '/' -> unix-socket
-> contain ':' -> IPv6 address
-> contain '.' -> IPv4 address
It would be more clear and give more options if NSD wouldn't "guess".
(think, somebody want to use a relative path ...)
NSD (and unbound as well) could require sockets specified as "<typ>:<value>"
postfix does this:
inet:host:port ( host = ipv4 | ipv6 | dnsname )
sendmail does that:
inet:port at host
inet6:port at host
but I'm also fine with the current implementation :-)
> Also systemd support is added for readiness signalling. Enabled with
> use-systemd: yes.
I don't care about that software
> Best regards, Wouter
Thanks for NSD!
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