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Xyria:DNSd is a high performance, authoritative-only DNS server that supports only the most important features and resource records while being extremely fast and secure. It also supports round-robin load balancing and is IPv6 ready.

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Recent releases

  •  15 Aug 2008 20:49

    Release Notes: A code cleanup was made, and the installation now also handles the documentation files.

    •  01 Aug 2008 06:32

      Release Notes: CNAME support was removed and the whole database reload support (including TTL support) was removed.

      •  23 Mar 2008 06:30

        Release Notes: Lots of tiny changes were made, including code cleanups. The whole caching/forwarding feature was removed and XyriaDNSd is now an authoritative-only server again.

        •  20 Feb 2006 00:57

          Release Notes: The database was modified. Now DNSd uses a hashed array of pointers to binary trees including single linked lists for double valued hashes. It sorts the zones (by TTL) by itself (the admin doesn't has to care in which order he has to place the zones in the config file). Some code cleanup and a small bugfix are also included.

          •  17 Feb 2006 08:08

            Release Notes: The performance of Xyria:DNSd was increased a little bit. The install target in the Makefile now keeps your old configuration if you run "make install" multiple times. The usage of CNAMES (and iCNAME lookups) is now optional, and you can "define" the use in finetuning.h.


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