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Name: pdns-recursor Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 4.1.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.1.2 Build date: Wed May 9 23:24:48 2018
Group: Productivity/Networking/DNS/Servers Build host: obs-power8-02
Size: 7310810 Source RPM: pdns-recursor-4.1.2-lp150.1.2.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.powerdns.com/
Summary: Modern, advanced and high performance recursing/non authoritative nameserver
PowerDNS Recursor is a non authoritative/recursing DNS server. Use this
package if you need a dns cache for your network.


Authors:
--------
    http://www.powerdns.com

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License

GPL-2.0-or-later

Changelog

* Fri Apr 13 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - protobuf support is available in SLE-15
  - Boost.Context library is not available on s390x
* Sun Apr 01 2018 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 4.1.2
    - New Features
    - #6344: Add FFI version of gettag().
    - Improvements
    - #6298, #6303, #6268, #6290: Add the option to set the AXFR
      timeout for RPZs.
    - #6172: IXFR: correct behavior of dealing with DNS Name with
      multiple records and speed up IXFR transaction (Leon Xu).
    - #6379: Add RPZ statistics endpoint to the API.
    - Bug Fixes
    - #6336, #6293, #6237: Retry loading RPZ zones from server when
      they fail initially.
    - #6300: Fix ECS-based cache entry refresh code.
    - #6320: Fix ECS-specific NS AAAA not being returned from the
      cache.
* Mon Jan 22 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.1.1:
    + Fixes security vulnerability where man-in-the-middle to send
      a NXDOMAIN answer for a DNSSEC name that does exist.
      (bsc#1077154, CVE-2018-1000003)
    + Don't validate signature for "glue" CNAME, since anything else
      than the initial CNAME can’t be considered authoritative.
* Fri Dec 29 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - _constraints: we seem to need at least 8GB RAM to build on S390x
    and ppc64
* Mon Dec 04 2017 mrueckert@suse.de
  - enable ed25519 support (new BR: libsodium-devel)
  - enable net-snmp support (new BR: net-snmp-devel)
  - simplify BR for lua: lua-devel everywhere now
* Mon Dec 04 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.1.0:
    + Improved DNSSEC support
    + Improved documentation
    + Improved RPZ support
    + Improved EDNS Client Subnet support
    + SNMP support
    + Lua engine has gained access to more parts of the recursor
    + CPU affinity can now be specified
    + TCP Fast Open support
    + New performance metrics
    + For complete changes see:
      https://blog.powerdns.com/2017/12/04/powerdns-recursor-4-1/
* Mon Nov 27 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.0.7: (bsc#1069242)
    + fixes CVE-2017-15090: Insufficient validation of DNSSEC
      signatures
    + fixes CVE-2017-15092: Cross-Site Scripting in the web interface
    + fixes CVE-2017-15093: Configuration file injection in the API
    + fixes CVE-2017-15094: Memory leak in DNSSEC parsing
    + Fix validation at the exact RRSIG inception or expiration time
    + Extract nested exception from Luawrapper
    + Throw an error when lua-conf-file can’t be loaded
    + Lowercase all outgoing qnames when lowercase-outgoing is set
* Thu Oct 19 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Added pdns-recursor.keyring linked from
    https://dnsdist.org/install.html
* Fri Sep 29 2017 vcizek@suse.com
  - Don't BuildRequire Botan 1.x
    * Botan will be dropped as the 1.x branch is EOL and won't get
      OpenSSL 1.1 support backported (bsc#1055322)
* Thu Jul 06 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.0.6
    + fixes ed25519 signer
    + update root-servers.net entries
    + fixes handling of expired cache entries so they expire faster
* Tue Jul 04 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Enable DNSSEC validation by default.
* Tue Jun 13 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.0.5
    + adds ed25519 (algorithm 15) support for DNSSEC
    + adds the 2017 DNSSEC root key
    + complete changeset is available at,
    https://doc.powerdns.com/md/changelog/#powerdns-recursor-405
* Thu May 11 2017 mrueckert@suse.de
  - move autoreconf into the build section
* Thu Feb 02 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - use individual libboost-*-devel packages instead of boost-devel
  - add signature file for upstream release
* Fri Jan 13 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 4.0.4
    The following security advisories were fixed
    - 2016-02: Crafted queries can cause abnormal CPU usage
    (CVE-2016-7068, boo#1018326)
    - 2016-04: Insufficient validation of TSIG signatures
    (CVE-2016-2120, boo#1018329)
    complete changeset is availalbe at,
    https://doc.powerdns.com/md/changelog/#powerdns-recursor-404
  - remove 4462.patch: in upstream release.
* Mon Dec 12 2016 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(libsystemd) instead of
    pkgconfig(libsystemd-daemon): these libs were merged in systemd
    209 times. The build system is capable of finding either one.
* Tue Sep 13 2016 adam.majer@suse.de
  - 4462.patch:
    Disable fcontext usage with Boost 1.61+ and revert back to
    slower SystemV ucontext. This fixes failure to build with
    newer Boost version. (boo#998408)
* Tue Sep 06 2016 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 4.0.3
    A new release for the PowerDNS Recursor with version 4.0.3 is
    available. This release has many fixes and improvements in the
    Policy Engine (RPZ) and the Lua bindings to it. Therefore, we
    recommend users of RPZ to upgrade to this release. We would like
    to thank Wim (42wim on github) for testing and reporting on the
    RPZ module.
    Bug fixes
    - #4350: Call gettag() for TCP queries
    - #4376: Fix the use of an uninitialized filtering policy
    - #4381: Parse query-local-address before lua-config-file
    - #4383: Fix accessing an empty policyCustom, policyName from Lua
    - #4387: ComboAddress: don’t allow invalid ports
    - #4388: Fix RPZ default policy not being applied over IXFR
    - #4391: DNSSEC: Actually follow RFC 7646 §2.1
    - #4396: Add boost context ldflags so freebsd builds can find the
      libs
    - #4402: Ignore NS records in a RPZ zone received over IXFR
    - #4403: Fix build with OpenSSL 1.1.0 final
    - #4404: Don’t validate when a Lua hook took the query
    - #4425: Fix a protobuf regression (requestor/responder mix-up)
    Additions and Enhancements
    - #4394: Support Boost 1.61+ fcontext
    - #4402: Add Lua binding for DNSRecord::d_place
* Sun Sep 04 2016 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 4.0.2
    Bug fixes
    - #4264: Set dq.rcode before calling postresolve
    - #4294: Honor PIE flags.
    - #4310: Fix build with LibreSSL, for which
      OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER is irrelevant
    - #4340: Don't shuffle CNAME records. (thanks to Gert van Dijk
      for the extensive bug report!)
    - #4354: Fix delegation-only
    Additions and enhancements
    - #4288: Respect the timeout when connecting to a protobuf server
    - #4300: allow newDN to take a DNSName in; document missing
      methods
    - #4301: expose SMN toString to lua
    - #4318: Anonymize the protobuf ECS value as well (thanks to Kai
      Storbeck of XS4All for finding this)
    - #4324: Allow Lua access to the result of the Policy Engine
      decision, skip RPZ, finish RPZ implementation
    - #4349: Remove unused DNSPacket::d_qlen
    - #4351: RPZ: Use query-local-address(6) by default (thanks to
      Oli Schacher of switch.ch for the bug report)
    - #4357: Move the root DNSSEC data to a header file
* Sat Jul 30 2016 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 4.0.1
    Bug fixes
    - #4119 Improve DNSSEC record skipping for non dnssec queries
      (Kees Monshouwer)
    - #4162 Don't validate zones from the local auth store, go one
      level down while validating when there is a CNAME
    - #4187:
    - Don't go bogus on islands of security
    - Check all possible chains for Insecures
    - Don't go Bogus on a CNAME at the apex
    - #4215 RPZ: default policy should also override local data RRs
    - #4243 Fix a crash when the next name in a chained query is
      empty and rec_control current-queries is invoked
    Improvements
    - #4056 OpenSSL 1.1.0 support (Christian Hofstaedtler)
    - #4140 Fix warnings with gcc on musl-libc (James Taylor)
    - #4160 Also validate on +DO
    - #4164 Fail to start when the lua-dns-script does not exist
    - #4168 Add more Netmask methods for Lua (Aki Tuomi)
    - #4210 Validate DNSSEC for security polling
    - #4217 Turn on root-nx-trust by default and
      log-common-errors=off
    - #4207 Allow for multiple trust anchors per zone
    - #4242 Fix compilation warning when building without Protobuf
    - #4133 Add limits to the size of received {A,I}XFR
      (CVE-2016-6172)
* Mon Jul 11 2016 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 4.0.0
    https://blog.powerdns.com/2016/07/11/powerdns-recursor-4-0-0-released/
    https://blog.powerdns.com/2016/07/11/welcome-to-powerdns-4-0-0/
  - packaging changes:
    - enabled protobuf based stats
    - enabled botan based code
    - use upstream systemd files
* Tue Jul 21 2015 mrueckert@suse.de
  - do not use /run/pdns instead of /var/run/pdns in the init script
    for the rest we have the systemd unit file
* Tue Jun 09 2015 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.7.3 will prevent short bursts of high
    resource usage with malformed qnames.
* Wed Apr 29 2015 mrueckert@suse.de
  - call systemd-tmpfiles during installation
* Thu Apr 23 2015 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.7.2 with a fix for CVE-2015-1868 (boo# 927569)
    Bug fixes:
    - commit adb10be commit 3ec3e0f commit dc02ebf Fix handling of
      forward references in label compressed packets; fixes
      CVE-2015-1868
    - commit a7be3f1: make sure we never call sendmsg with
      msg_control!=NULL && msg_controllen>0. Fixes ticket #2227
    - commit 9d835ed: Improve robustness of root-nx-trust.
    Improvements:
    - commit 99c595b: Silence warnings that always occur on FreeBSD
      (Ruben Kerkhof)
* Thu Feb 12 2015 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 3.7.1
    This version contains a mix of speedups and improvements, the combined effect
    of which is vastly improved resilience against traffic spikes and malicious
    query overloads.
    Minor changes:
    - Removal of dead code here and there
      04dc6d618734fc630122de4c56dff641ebaf0988
    - Per-qtype response counters are now 64 bit
      297bb6acf7902068693a4aae1443c424d0e8dd52 on 64 bit systems
    - Add IPv6 addresses for b and c.root-servers.net hints
      efc2595423c9a1be6f2d8f4da25445198ceb8b57
    - Add IP address to logging about terminated queries
      37aa9904d1cc967ba4b5d5e17dbe41485f8cdece
    - Improve qtype name logging
      fab3ed3453e15ae88e29a0e4071b214eb19caad9 (Aki Tuomi)
    - Redefine 'BAD_NETS' for dont-query based on newer IANA guidance
      12cd44ee0fcde5893f85dccc499bfc35152c5fff (lochiiconnectivity)
    - Add documentation links to systemd unit
      eb154adfdffa5c78624e2ea98e938d7b5787119e (Ruben Kerkhof)
    Improvements:
    - Upgrade embedded PolarSSL to 1.3.9:
      d330a2ea1a93d7675ef680311f8aa0306aeefcf1
    - yahttp upgrade c290975778942ed1082ca66918695a5bd2d6bac4
      c65a57e888ee48eaa948e590c90c51420bffa847 (Aki Tuomi)
    - Replace . in hostnames by - for Carbon so as not to confuse
      Metronome 46541751ed1c3bc051d78217543d5fc76733e212
    - Manpages got a lot of love and are now built from Markdown
      (Pieter Lexis)
    - Move to PolarSSL base64
      488360551009784ab35c43ee4580e773a2a8a227 (Kees Monshouwer)
    - The quiet=no query logging is now more informative
      461df9d20c560d240285f772c09b3beb89d46daa
    - We can finally bind to 0.0.0.0 and :: and guarantee answers
      from the correct source
      b71b60ee73ef3c86f80a2179981eda2e61c4363f
    - We use per-packet timestamps to drop ancient traffic in case of
      overload b71b60ee73ef3c86f80a2179981eda2e61c4363f, non-Linux
      portability in d63f0d83631c41eff203d30b0b7c475a88f1db59
    - Builtin webserver can be queried with the API key in the URL
      again c89f8cd022c4a9409b95d22ffa3b03e4e98dc400
    - Ringbuffers are now available via API
      c89f8cd022c4a9409b95d22ffa3b03e4e98dc400
    - Lua 5.3 compatibility 59c6fc3e3931ca87d484337daee512e716bc4cf4
      (Kees Monshouwer)
    - No longer leave a stale UNIX domain socket around from
      rec_control if the recursor was down
      524e4f4d81f4ed9eb218715cbc8a59f0b9868234, ticket #2061
    - Running with 'quiet=no' would strangely actually prevent debug
      messages from being logged
      f48d7b657ec32517f8bfcada3bfe6353ca313314
    - Webserver now implements CORS for the API
      ea89a97e864c43c1cb03f2959ad04c4ebe7580ad, fixing ticket #1984
    - Houskeeping thread would sometimes run multiple times
      simultaneously, which worked, but was odd
      cc59bce675e62e2b9657b42614ce8be3312cae82
    New features:
    - New `root-nx-trust` flag makes PowerDNS generalize NXDOMAIN
      responses from the root-servers
      01402d56846a3a61811ebd4e6bc97e53f908e568
    - `getregisteredname()` for Lua, which turns 'www.bbc.co.uk' into
      'bbc.co.uk' 8cd4851beb78bc6ab320926fb5cb6a09282016b1
    - Lua preoutquery filter 3457a2a0ec41d3b3aff7640f30008788e1228a6e
    - Lua IP-based filter (ipfilter) before parsing packets
      4ea949413c495254acb0bd19335142761c1efc0c
    - `iputils` class for Lua, to quickly process IP addresses and
      netmasks in their native format
    - `getregisteredname` function for Lua, to find the registered
      domain for a given name
    - Various new ringbuffers: top-servfail-remotes,
      top-largeanswer-remotes, top-servfail-queries
    Speedups:
    - Remove unneeded malloc traffic
      93d4a89096e64d53740790f58fadec56f6a0af14
      8682c32bc45b6ffa7c0f6da778e1b223ae7f03ce
      a903b39cfe7364c56324038264d3db50b8cece87
    - Our nameserver-loop detection carried around a lot of baggage
      for complex domain names, plus did not differentiate IPv4 and
      IPv6 well enough 891fbf888ccac074e3edc38864641ca774f2f03c
    - Prioritize new queries over nameserver responses, improving
      latency under query bursts
      bf3b0cec366c090af000b066267b6f6bbb3a512a
    - Remove escaping in case there was nothing to escape
      83b746fd1d94c8742d8bd87a44beb44c154230c7
    - Our logging infrastructure had a lot of locking
      d1449e4d073595e1e1581804f121fc90e37158bf
    - Reduce logging level of certain common messages, which locked
      up synchronously logging systems
      854d44e31c76aa650520e6d462dd3a02b5936f7a
    - Add limit on total wall-clock time spent on a query
      9de3e0340fa066d4c59449e1643a1de8c343f8f2
    - Packet cache is now case-insensitive, which increases hitrate
      90974597aadaf1096e3fd0dc450be7422ea591a5
    Security relevant:
    - Check for PIE, RELRO and stack protector during configure
      8d0354b189c12e1e14f5309d3b49935c17f9eeb0 (Aki Tuomi)
    - Testing for support of PIE etc was improved in
      b2053c28ccb9609e2ce7bcb6beda83f98a062aa3 and beyond, fixes
      [#2125] (Ruben Kerkhof)
    - Max query-per-query limit (max-qperq) is now configurable
      173d790ead08f67733010ca4c6fc404a040fe699
    Bugs fixed:
    - IPv6 outgoing queries had a disproportionate effect on our
      query load. Fixed in 76f190f2a0877cd79ede2994124c1a58dc69ae49
      and beyond.
    - rec_control gave incorrect output on a timeout
      12997e9d800734da51b808767e1e2477244c30eb
    - When using the webserver AND having an error in the Lua script,
      recursor could crash during startup
      62f0ae62984adadab687c23fe1b287c1f219b2cb
    - Hugely long version strings would trip up security polling
      18b7333828a1275ae5f5574a9c8330290d8557ff (Kees Monshouwer)
    - The 'remotes' ringbuffer was sized incorrectly
      f8f243b01215d6adcb59389f09ef494f1309041f
    - Cache sizes had an off-by-one scaling problem, with the wrong
      number of entries allocated per thread
      f8f243b01215d6adcb59389f09ef494f1309041f
    - Our automatic file descriptor limit raising was attempted
    * after* setuid, which made it a lot less effective. Found and
      fixed by Aki Tuomi a6414fdce9b0ec32c340d1f2eea2254f3fedc1c1
    - Timestamps used for dropping packets were occasionaly wrong
      183eb8774e4bc2569f06d5894fec65740f4b70b6 and
      4c4765c104bacc146533217bcc843efb244a8086 (RC2) with thanks to
      Winfried for debugging.
    - In RC1, our new DoS protection measures would crash the
      Recursor if too many root servers were unreachable.
      6a6fb05ad81c519b4002ed1db00f3ed9b7bce6b4. Debugging and testing
      by Fusl.
  - remove pdns-rec-lua52.patch:
    no longer needed
* Sun Nov 09 2014 michael@stroeder.com
  - Fixed broken _localstatedir
* Thu Oct 30 2014 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to upstream release 3.6.2 (boo# 906583) CVE-2014-8601
    This is a bugfix update to 3.6.1.
    A list of changes since 3.6.1 follows.
    * gab14b4f: expedite servfail generation for ezdns-like
      failures (fully abort query resolving if we hit more than
      50 outqueries)
    * g42025be: PowerDNS now polls the security status of a
      release at startup and periodically. More detail on this
      feature, and how to turn it off, can be found in Section 2,
      "Security polling".
    * g5027429: We did not transmit the right 'local' socket
      address to Lua for TCP/IP queries in the recursor. In
      addition, we would attempt to lookup a filedescriptor that
      wasn't there in an unlocked map which could conceivably
      lead to crashes. Closes t1828, thanks Winfried for
      reporting
    * g752756c: Sync embedded yahttp copy. API: Replace HTTP
      Basic auth with static key in custom header
    * g6fdd40d: add missing #include <pthread.h> to
      rec-channel.hh (this fixes building on OS X).
* Tue Oct 28 2014 mrueckert@suse.de
  - sync permissions/ownership of home and config dir with the pdns
    package
* Thu Sep 11 2014 mrueckert@suse.de
  - added systemd support for 12.3 and newer
* Thu Sep 11 2014 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 3.6.1
    PowerDNS Recursor 3.6.0 could crash with a specific sequence of
    packets. For more details, see Section 13, “PowerDNS Security
    Advisory 2014-01: PowerDNS Recursor 3.6.0 can be crashed
    remotely”. PowerDNS Recursor 3.6.1 was very well tested, and is
    in full production already, so it should be a safe upgrade.
    For all the details see
    http://doc.powerdns.com/html/changelog.html#changelog-recursor-3.6.1
  - additional changes from 3.6.0
    This is a performance, feature and bugfix update to 3.5/3.5.3. It
    contains important fixes for slightly broken domain names, which
    your users expect to work anyhow. It also brings robust
    resilience against certain classes of attacks.
    For all the details see
    http://doc.powerdns.com/html/changelog.html#changelog-recursor-3.6.0
  - refreshed pdns-rec-lua52.patch
  - replaced pdns-recursor-3.2rc1-strip.patch and
    pdns-recursor-3.5.3_config.patch with cmdline options on the make
    commandline.
* Sat Aug 09 2014 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Move control files from /var/run/pdns to /run/pdns.
* Tue Sep 17 2013 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to upstrean release 3.5.3
    This is a bugfix and performance update to 3.5.2. It brings
    serious performance improvements for dual stack users.
    For all the details see
    http://doc.powerdns.com/html/changelog.html#changelog-recursor-3.5.3
  - Remove patch (pdns-recursor-3.3_config.patch)
  - Add patch (pdns-recursor-3.5.3_config.patch)
* Fri Jun 07 2013 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to upstrean release 3.5.2
    This is a stability and bugfix update to 3.5.1.
    - Responses without the QR bit set now get matched up to an
      outstanding query, so that resolution can be aborted early
      instead of waiting for a timeout.
    - The depth limiter changes in 3.5.1 broke some legal domains
      with lots of indirection.
    - Slightly improved logging to aid debugging.
* Sun May 19 2013 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to version 3.5.1
    This is a stability and bugfix update to 3.5. It contains important
    fixes that improve operation for certain domains.
    This is a stability, security and bugfix update to 3.3/3.3.1. It
    contains important fixes for slightly broken domain names, which
    your users expect to work anyhow. For all details see
    http://doc.powerdns.com/html/changelog.html#changelog-recursor-3.5.1
  - adapted patches:
    pdns-rec-lua52.patch
    pdns-recursor-3.5.1_config.patch
  - fixed conditional for different lua versions
  - started some basic support to build packages for non suse distros
* Mon Nov 19 2012 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Fix useradd invocation: -o is useless without -u and newer
    versions of pwdutils/shadowutils fail on this now.
* Tue Oct 09 2012 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Use LUA 5.2
* Wed Apr 18 2012 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to version 3.3
    fixes a number of small but persistent issues, rounds off our
    IPv6 %link-level support and adds an important feature for many
    users of the Lua scripts. For all details see
    http://doc.powerdns.com/changelog.html#changelog-recursor-3-3
  - Build binaries as PIE.
  - refreshed config patch:
    old: pdns-recursor-3.2_config.patch
    new: pdns-recursor-3.3_config.patch
  - fix lua linking on factory
* Mon Feb 13 2012 coolo@suse.com
  - patch license to follow spdx.org standard
* Wed Apr 28 2010 mrueckert@suse.de
  - create /var/run/pdns directory in the init script and package it
    as ghost.
* Fri Mar 12 2010 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to version 3.2
    The 3.2 release is the first major release of the PowerDNS
    Recursor in a long time. Partly this is because 3.1.7.*
    functioned very well, and delivered satisfying performance,
    partly this is because in order to really move forward, some
    heavy lifting had to be done.
    This version of the PowerDNS Recursor contains a rather novel
    form of lock-free multithreading, a situation that comes close to
    the old '--fork' trick, but allows the Recursor to fully utilize
    multiple CPUs, while delivering unified statistics and
    operational control.
    In effect, this delivers the best of both worlds: near linear
    scaling, with almost no administrative overhead.
    http://doc.powerdns.com/changelog.html#CHANGELOG-RECURSOR-3-2
  - patches dropped:
    pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1_atomicity.patch
    pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1_lua.patch
  - patches refreshed for the update:
    old name: pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1-strip.patch
    new name: pdns-recursor-3.2rc1-strip.patch
    old name: pdns-recursor-3.1.7.2_config.patch
    new name: pdns-recursor-3.2_config.patch
* Fri Jan 08 2010 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to version 3.1.7.2
    This release consist of a number of vital security updates. These
    updates address issues that can in all likelihood lead to a full
    system compromise.  In addition, it is possible for third parties
    to pollute your cache with dangerous data, exposing your users to
    possible harm.
    http://rtfm.powerdns.com/powerdns-advisory-2010-01.html
    http://rtfm.powerdns.com/powerdns-advisory-2010-02.html
    CVE-2009-4009
* Wed Nov 11 2009 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to version 3.1.7.1
    This release consists entirely of fixes for tiny bugs that have
    been reported over the past year. In addition, compatibility has
    been restored with the latest versions of the gcc compiler and
    the 'boost' libraries.
    No features have been added, but some debugging code that very
    slightly impacted performance (and polluted the console when
    operating in the foreground) has been removed.
    - Improved error messages when parsing zones for authoritative
      serving (commit 1235).
    - Better resilience against whitespace in configuration
      (changesets 1237, 1240, 1242)
    - Slight performance increase (commit 1378)
    - Fix rare case where timeouts were not being reported to the
      right query-thread (commit 1260)
    - Fix compilation against newer versions of the Boost C++
      libraries (commit 1381)
    - Close very rare issue with TCP/IP close reporting ECONNRESET on
      FreeBSD. Reported by Andrei Poelov in ticket 192.
    - Silence debugging output (commit 1286).
    - Fix compilation against newer versions of gcc (commit 1384)
    - No longer set export-etc-hosts to 'on' on reload-zones.
      Discovered by Paul Cairney, closes ticket 225.
    - Sane default for the maximum cache size in the Recursor,
      suggested by Roel van der Made (commit 1354).
    - No longer exit because of the changed behaviour of the Solaris
      'completion ports' in more recent versions of Solaris. Fix in
      commit 1372, reported by Jan Gyselinck
  - update to version 3.1.7
    This version contains powerful scripting abilities, allowing
    operators to modify DNS responses in many interesting ways. Among
    other things, these abilities can be used to filter out malware
    domains, to perform load balancing, to comply with legal and
    other requirements and finally, to implement 'NXDOMAIN'
    redirection.
    It is hoped that the addition of Lua scripting will enable
    responsible DNS modification for those that need it.
    For more details about the Lua scripting, which can be modified,
    loaded and unloaded at runtime, see Section 12.6. Many thanks are
    due to the #lua irc channel, for excellent near-realtime Lua
    support. In addition, a number of PowerDNS users have been
    enthousiastically testing prereleases of the scripting support,
    and have found and solved many issues.
    - In 3.1.5 and 3.1.6, an authoritative server could continue to
      renew its authority, even though a domain had been delegated to
      other servers in the meantime.
    - In the rare cases where this happened, and the old servers were
      not shut down, the observed effect is that users were fed
      outdated data.
    - Bug spotted and analysed by Darren Gamble, fix in commit 1182
      and commit 1183.
    - Thanks to long time PowerDNS contributor Stefan Arentz, for the
      first time, Mac OS X 10.5 users can compile and run the
      PowerDNS Recursor! Patch in commit 1185.
    - Sten Spans spotted that for outgoing TCP/IP queries, the
      query-local-address setting was not honored. Fixed in commit
      1190.
    - rec_control wipe-cache now also wipes domains from the negative
      cache, hurrying up the expiry of negatively cached records.
      Suggested by Simon Kirby, implemented in commit 1204.
    - When a forwarder server is configured for a domain, using the
      forward-zones setting, this server IP address was filtered
      using the dont-query setting, which is generally not what is
      desired: the server to which queries are forwarded will often
      live in private IP space, and the operator should be trusted to
      know what he is doing. Reported and argued by Simon Kirby, fix
      in commit 1211.
    - Marcus Rueckert of OpenSUSE reported that very recent gcc
      versions emitted a (correct) warning on an overly complicated
      line in syncres.cc, fixed in commit 1189.
    - Stefan Schmidt discovered that the netmask matching code, used
      by the new Lua scripts, but also by all other parts of
      PowerDNS, had problems with explicit '/32' matches. Fixed in
      commit 1205.
  - added pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1_lua.patch
    fix linking with lua
  - dropping patches included upstream:
    pdns-recursor-3.1.4_char_casting.patch
    pdns-recursor-3.1.4_r965.patch
    pdns-recursor-3.1.4_gcc43.patch
  - refreshed patches:
    old: pdns-recursor-3.1.3-strip.patch
    new: pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1-strip.patch
    old: pdns-recursor-3.1.4_atomicity.patch
    new: pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1_atomicity.patch
    old: pdns-recursor-3.1.4_config.patch
    new: pdns-recursor-3.1.7.1_config.patch
* Tue Jun 09 2009 coolo@novell.com
  - fix build with gcc 4.4

Files

/etc/pdns/recursor.conf
/etc/pdns/recursor.conf-dist
/usr/lib/systemd/system/pdns-recursor.service
/usr/lib/systemd/system/pdns-recursor@.service
/usr/sbin/pdns_recursor
/usr/sbin/rcpdns-recursor
/usr/sbin/rec_control
/usr/share/doc/packages/pdns-recursor
/usr/share/doc/packages/pdns-recursor/COPYING
/usr/share/doc/packages/pdns-recursor/README
/usr/share/man/man1/pdns_recursor.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/rec_control.1.gz


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