[arch-dev-public] BIND10? No, thanks.

Ike Devolder ike.devolder at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 09:19:38 EDT 2013

On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 07:05:42PM +1100, Gaetan Bisson wrote:
> [2013-03-09 20:01:22 +0100] Ike Devolder:
> > Just a small question, will we provide migration paths for people using
> > bind as nameserver in their internal networks ?
> Do you mean as a caching name server? For this, just install unbound,
> run the daemon service, and you're good to put in resolv.conf.
> The alternative to bind as an authoritative name server is nsd. The zone
> files it uses are the same as bind's, but the daemon configuration is
> slightly different. It's really not hard though, but if you can't figure
> it out Google will find migration scripts, etc. Of course, anybody is
> free to maintain bind in any repo or the AUR - it just won't be me.
> Cheers.
> -- 
> Gaetan

i was just wondering for user convenience, i don't really care which
nameserver i can and must use in my local network.

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