[Unbound-users] unbound-control set_option
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Mon Sep 6 08:55:30 UTC 2010
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The get_option values are most informative. There is a separate command
to change verbosity. Many of the yes/no options may be supported with
set_option. I would recommend editing the config file; as the results
of set_option are temporary, the config_file is reread on reload or restart.
Your experience with the verbosity is because the set_option and
get_option commands expose the internal code in unbound: the config
structure, which is sometimes used directly, and sometimes settings are
copied elsewhere (processed) at startup time.
On 08/23/2010 04:09 PM, hugo hugoo wrote:
> In the unbound-control command, the possibility to change the
> configuration in memory without clearing the cache is possible via the
> "set_option" argument.
> The documentation tells that not all options can be used.
> - Can you list what is possible and what is not possible?
> - I have tried to change the "verbosity" but it do not work; the value
> returned with "unbound-control get_option: verbosity" gives however the
> new value.
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