Bugzilla – Bug 4229
Unbound man pages/docslacxk crucial information on some points
Last modified: 2019-02-27 07:56:28 CET
SOme specific points where docs really lack key info, and there isn't an alternate source to google/look up. Can something be done just to clarify these if nothing else?
The "what happens if" is terse to the point of being unclear, in several places:
access-control: - "The most specific netblock match is used". Is this regardless of where it occurs (early or late) in the list of access controls?
access-control-tag-action and local-zone-tag - clearer explanation of how clients who end up with multiple tags, are handled.
View Options - "There may be multiple view: clauses. Each with a name: and zero or more local-zone and local-data elements" - seems to suggest that a view can't advertise itself as authoritative for whatever data is held. It should be able to. Can it?
Also, same section, what tags can go inside view:? This seems to say clearly that only local-zone/data can. But other pages say equally clearly that view-first can. Any others that need checking?
Access-control: So the most specific is used and without the order being important, yes.
For local-zone-tag: The intersection is used.
For access-control-tag-action: I do not see what to explain more than what is there in the section for access-control-tag-action, what sort of text would you suggest? It already talks about multiple tags and matching them in the order that the tags are defined with define-tag statements?
view options: Nope, this is not bind. View cannot advertise themselves as authoritative. Are you looking for the auth-zone clause, where you can load an authority zone to speed up lookups, eg. for the root zone?
But you can add localzone elements to a view. And those elements then give authoritative answers, like localzones do when you configure them what to answer.
Views can also contain view-first, response-ip, response-ip-data and local-data-ptr elements.
Thanks for the comments, the man page has been updated with some extra explanations.
Best regards, Wouter