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  •  12 Feb 2001 06:30
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    Release Notes: This version responds differently to *-class queries, and to AXFR requests, to placate a few broken clients. The servers now log starting messages.

    •  22 Jan 2001 14:46
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      Release Notes: tinydns now automatically returns a random set of 8 addresses from a cluster of any size. It also supports client differentiation. There's no longer any reason to use pickdns. dnstracesort prints glue information that reveals all sorts of interesting inconsistencies.

      •  16 Jan 2001 09:55
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        Release Notes: Various internal changes and cleanups have been added. dnscache now returns the cached TTL by default, and can forward all queries to a specified set of forwarders.

        •  25 Sep 2000 05:13
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          Release Notes: This release includes a workaround for bash mangling $UID when masquerading as sh, and dnscache-conf now uses /etc/dnsroots.{global|local} instead of /etc/dnscache/@ for its list of root servers.

          •  19 Sep 2000 10:26
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            Release Notes: Services now use envdir to set up environment variables such as $IP and $CACHESIZE, so outside tools can read and edit the variables. dnscache discards non-recursive queries. There's a new dnsqr tool to send recursive queries to dnscache. dnscache works around the Linux O_NONBLOCK kernel bug.

            •  15 Mar 2000 18:49
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              Release Notes: A fix for a portability problem, and axfr-get grabs zones when serials drop.

              •  10 Mar 2000 01:16
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                Release Notes: Some communication changes were made. Better SOA defaults for German users were set.

                •  01 Mar 2000 19:42
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                  Release Notes: A fix for axfrdns and some minor changes.

                  •  26 Feb 2000 18:46
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                    Release Notes: dnscache, tinydns, etc. now accept bogus Ultrix BIND queries and many other violations of RFC 1035. The logs for tinydns et al. now say which queries were answered and which ones were ignored.

                    •  21 Feb 2000 11:37
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                      Release Notes: Too many changes to list, but they include several enhancements.

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