[nsd-users] allow-notify on localhost

Mark Santcroos mark at NLnetLabs.nl
Fri Sep 21 12:38:35 CEST 2007


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Hi all,

Not replying to one message in particular.

In this thread we learned that people are still using nsd-notify
directly, or indirectly via "nsdc update".

As mentioned in the release notes of NSD 3.0.0 NSD now has all this
functionality build in. Therefore we at that time deprecated nsd-notify
and planned to remove it in the future.

So we are eager to find out why people are still using it, to see
whether there are good reasons to keep it or to possibly make life
easier for users.

Thanks for your response in advance!

Regards,

Mark

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Mark Santcroos
NLnet Labs
http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/
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