Changes in BIND with update to version bind-9.9.2P2-0.11.1
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of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (SLES11 SP2).
FATE#314615: Improve DNSSEC handling in BIND
The version bind-9.9.2P2-0.11.1 is available as update and will be installed automatically if you apply updates.
Please be aware that the following functionalities might have changed:
|3242||[func]||Extended the header of raw-format master files to include the serial number of the zone from which they were generated, if different (as in the case of inline-signing zones). This is to be used in inline-signing zones, to track changes between the unsigned and signed versions of the zone, which may have different serial numbers.|
(Note: raw zonefiles generated by this version of BIND are no longer compatible with prior versions. To generate a backward-compatible raw zonefile using dnssec-signzone or named-compilezone, specify output format "raw=0" instead of simply "raw".) [RT #26587]
|3205||[func]||Upgrade dig's defaults to better reflect modern nameserver behavior. Enable "dig +adflag" and "dig +edns=0" by default. Enable "+dnssec" when running "dig +trace". [RT #23497]|
|2936||[func]||Improved configuration syntax and multiple-view support for addzone/delzone feature (see change #2930). Removed "new-zone-file" option, replaced with "allow-new-zones (yes|no)". The new-zone-file for each view is now created automatically, with a filename generated from a hash of the view name. It is no longer necessary to "include" the new-zone-file in named.conf; this happens automatically. Zones that were not added via "rndc addzone" can no longer be removed with "rndc delzone". [RT #19447]|
|2800||[func]||Reject zones which have NS records which refer to CNAMEs, DNAMEs or don't have address record (class IN only). Reject UPDATEs which would cause the zone to fail the above checks if committed. [RT #20678]|
- Document ID:7012684
- Creation Date: 24-Jun-2013
- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
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