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ISC Releases the First Look At BIND 10

March 19th, 2010 03:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Ethanol writes Internet Systems Consortium, producers of BIND 9 (the most popular DNS implementation on the internet), have spent the past year working on a successor, BIND 10. It’s entirely new code, redesigned and rewritten from the ground up, and now the first glimpse of what it will eventually look like has been released. ‘This code is not intended for general use, and is known to be inefficient, difficult to work with, and riddled with bugs. These problems will all be fixed over the next couple of years, as functionality is added and refined, and the software matures. However, the codebase has a good framework for moving forward, and the software is capable of serving as a DNS server with significant functionality.’ (Full disclosure: I work for ISC and I’m one of the engineers on the project.)”

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