pdns 3.4.7-1 source package in Ubuntu

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pdns (3.4.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release. Operating, stability, interop improvements.
    Adds OPENPGPKEY support. New default-soa-edit(-signed) settings.

 -- Christian Hofstaedtler <email address hidden>  Sun, 08 Nov 2015 13:43:27 +0000

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Debian PowerDNS Maintainers on 2015-11-09
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Binary packages built by this source

pdns-backend-geoip: geoip backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a geoip-backend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This
 backend balances the load throughout the world so that people access the
 geographically nearest available server based on a zonefile written in
 YAML.

pdns-backend-geoip-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-geoip

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a geoip-backend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This
 backend balances the load throughout the world so that people access the
 geographically nearest available server based on a zonefile written in
 YAML.

pdns-backend-ldap: LDAP backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains an LDAP backend for the PowerDNS nameserver.

pdns-backend-ldap-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-ldap

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains an LDAP backend for the PowerDNS nameserver.

pdns-backend-lmdb: No summary available for pdns-backend-lmdb in ubuntu xenial.

No description available for pdns-backend-lmdb in ubuntu xenial.

pdns-backend-lmdb-dbgsym: No summary available for pdns-backend-lmdb-dbgsym in ubuntu xenial.

No description available for pdns-backend-lmdb-dbgsym in ubuntu xenial.

pdns-backend-lua: Lua backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the Lua backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-lua-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-lua

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the Lua backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-mydns: MyDNS compatibility backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the MyDNS compatibility backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-mydns-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-mydns

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the MyDNS compatibility backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-mysql: generic MySQL backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic MySQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-mysql-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-mysql

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic MySQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-pgsql: generic PostgreSQL backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic PostgreSQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-pgsql-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-pgsql

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic PostgreSQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-pipe: pipe/coprocess backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the pipe backend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from a process that accepts
 questions on stdin and returns answers on stdout.

pdns-backend-pipe-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-pipe

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the pipe backend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from a process that accepts
 questions on stdin and returns answers on stdout.

pdns-backend-remote: remote backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the remote backend for PowerDNS. It is suitable
 for serving data acquired from an AF_UNIX, pipe, or HTTP connector.

pdns-backend-remote-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-remote

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the remote backend for PowerDNS. It is suitable
 for serving data acquired from an AF_UNIX, pipe, or HTTP connector.

pdns-backend-sqlite3: sqlite 3 backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic SQLite 3 backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-sqlite3-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-sqlite3

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic SQLite 3 backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-tinydns: tinydns compatibility backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the tinydns compatibility backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-tinydns-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-backend-tinydns

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the tinydns compatibility backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-server: extremely powerful and versatile nameserver

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This is the authoritative nameserver that answers questions about
 domains that it knows about. It also includes the bind backend that
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from zone files as used by
 the "bind" software.

pdns-server-dbg: No summary available for pdns-server-dbg in ubuntu xenial.

No description available for pdns-server-dbg in ubuntu xenial.

pdns-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-server

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This is the authoritative nameserver that answers questions about
 domains that it knows about. It also includes the bind backend that
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from zone files as used by
 the "bind" software.

pdns-tools: Tools for DNS debugging by PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains several tools to debug DNS issues. These tools do not
 require any part of the PowerDNS server components to work.
 .
   * dnsbulktest: A resolver stress-tester
   * dnsgram: Show per 5-second statistics to study intermittent resolver issues
   * dnsreplay: Replay a pcap with DNS queries
   * dnsscan: Prints the query-type amounts in a pcap
   * dnsscope: Calculates statistics without replaying traffic
   * dnstcpbench: Perform TCP benchmarking of DNS servers
   * dnswasher: Clean a pcap of identifying IP information
   * nsec3dig: Calculate the correctness of NSEC3 proofs
   * saxfr: AXFR zones and show extra information

pdns-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pdns-tools

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains several tools to debug DNS issues. These tools do not
 require any part of the PowerDNS server components to work.
 .
   * dnsbulktest: A resolver stress-tester
   * dnsgram: Show per 5-second statistics to study intermittent resolver issues
   * dnsreplay: Replay a pcap with DNS queries
   * dnsscan: Prints the query-type amounts in a pcap
   * dnsscope: Calculates statistics without replaying traffic
   * dnstcpbench: Perform TCP benchmarking of DNS servers
   * dnswasher: Clean a pcap of identifying IP information
   * nsec3dig: Calculate the correctness of NSEC3 proofs
   * saxfr: AXFR zones and show extra information