[Unbound-users] unbound vs nsd
unbound at mens.de
Wed May 21 14:10:44 UTC 2008
On Wed May 21 2008 at 15:27:22 CEST, Farkas Levente wrote:
> nlnetlabs develop nsd and unbound too. why?
It seems you've answered your own question:
> i see nsd is
> authoritative only, while unbound recursive and caching
> - why not merge the two project?
Believe it or not, there are people who *don't want* authoritative and
caching services in one binary, configurable or not. BIND has both
features rolled into one (you configure it to behave auth and/or
caching), whereas NSD is authoritative-only and Unbound is caching-only.
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