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|Name: rbldnsd||Distribution: RPMForge repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6|
|Version: 0.995||Vendor: Dag Apt Repository, http://dag.wieers.com/apt/|
|Release: 1.el6.rf||Build date: Fri Nov 12 07:22:13 2010|
|Group: System Environment/Daemons||Build host: lisse.hasselt.wieers.com|
|Size: 379364||Source RPM: rbldnsd-0.995-1.el6.rf.src.rpm|
|Packager: Dag Wieers <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Summary: Small and fast DNS server for serving blacklist zones.|
rbldnsd is a small and fast DNS daemon which is especially made to serve DNSBL zones. This daemon was inspired by Dan J. Bernstein's rbldns program found in the djbdns package. rbldnsd is extremely fast - it outperforms both bind and djbdns greatly. It has very small memory footprint. The daemon can serve both IP-based (ordb.org, dsbl.org etc) and name-based (rfc-ignorant.org) blocklists. Unlike DJB's rbldns, it has ability to specify individual values for every entry, can serve as many zones on a single IP address as you wish, and, finally, it is a real nameserver: it can reply to DNS metadata requests. The daemon keeps all zones in memory for faster operations, but its memory usage is very efficient, especially for repeated TXT values which are stored only once.
* Tue Jan 03 2006 Dries Verachtert <email@example.com> - 0.995-1 - 7981/dag - Updated to release 0.995. * Sat Apr 16 2005 Wil Cooley <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 0.994-0.b - Initial package creation, adapted from the included spec.
/etc/rc.d/init.d/rbldnsd /etc/sysconfig/rbldnsd /usr/sbin/rbldnsd /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995 /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995/CHANGES-0.81 /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995/NEWS /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995/README.user /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995/TODO /usr/share/doc/rbldnsd-0.995/changelog /usr/share/man/man8/rbldnsd.8.gz /var/lib/rbldns /var/lib/rbldns/log /var/lib/rbldns/work
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