Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes were made. Posadis now pauses in case of fatal errors.
Release Notes: An option to dump the cache to file and re-load it on server startup was added. Many smaller bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This is the first real release of Posadis to support (dynamic) DNS Update. Also added are more advanced address match lists, dumping the cache to file and loading from file, a switch to pkgconfig, and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue in the Posadis cache that could cause Posadis to take up 100% CPU usage and stop answering queries. Additionally, support for initial cache files was added.
Release Notes: A bug where KILLing Posadis would not work in some cases has been fixed. There are two smaller bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds some major bugfixes to the resolving code, fixing a few crash and CPU-eating issues, and making it more reliable. Some smaller bugfixes have been committed, and initial support for cache statistics has been added.
Release Notes: This release has support for zone definition files in the Posadis core itself (previously only through the FAM module), some important resolver efficiency fixes, and some other bugfixes. Additionally, some step-by-step tutorials were added, and a new introduction to DNS has been added to the manual.
Release Notes: This release adds support for FreeBSD and contains various minor bug fixes, including a fix for a crash in the configuration of the revmap module, and a fix to make the fam module close down more gracefully. Rudimentary chroot() support was added, and the configuration parser was improved.
Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite of Posadis, and it now supports caching and resolving, a modular design allowing for plugins, file monitoring for your master files, better MS-DNS interoperability, automatic forward/reverse-mapping. It also has a completely re-written User Manual which now includes a tutorial section.
Release Notes: This release fixed a few bugs, including one that could be used to remotely crash the program, and another that caused the FAM module to not in fairly recent releases. A few new minor features were added, such as an option to allow notify messages from non-masters. The master files are now only reloaded if the file modification time changes.