Proposed F19 Feature: BIND10 - next generation of the popular BIND9 DNS server rewritten from scratch
jreznik at redhat.com
Wed Jan 16 17:10:21 UTC 2013
As decided by FESCo on 2012-12-05 meeting, all proposed Features are required
to pass through the community review by announcing them on devel-announce list.
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= Features/BIND 10 =
* Detailed description:
BIND10 suite implements two crucial network services - DNS and DHCP.
The BIND10 is going to replace both widely used ISC BIND9 and ISC DHCP4
software in the future. It is written from scratch and has modular design.
The main advantages are:
- modular design
-- authoritative nameserver runs in separate processes. Bug in supplementary
process won't affect availability of the server domain
-- b10-ddns (DDNS service), b10-xfrin (incomming zone transfers), b10-xfrout
(outcomming zone transfers), b10-stats (statistics)
-- recursive server runs as separate process (b10-resolver)
- modern design, improved scalability
- officially supported SQL database backends (only SQLite currently but
MySQL and PostgreSQL are planned)
More information about the devel-announce