pdns 4.1.3-4 source package in Ubuntu

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pdns (4.1.3-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Remove automatic database configuration.
    Some database backends previously used dbconfig-common as a convenient
    way of setting up the respective database server automatically,
    including upgrades of the database schema. This has caused numerous
    issues over the years, and has now been removed.
    As we no longer know the database server credentials, drop generation
    of configuration files.
    Closer to the upstream packages, too.
  * Reenable RestrictAddressFamilies on all architectures
  * Tests: Disable ipv6-requiring tests.
    The docker runners on salsa.d.o do not have working ::1.
  * Tests: Remove check for ECC-GOST

 -- Chris Hofstaedtler <email address hidden>  Tue, 31 Jul 2018 07:42:26 +0000

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pdns-backend-bind: BIND 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 bind backend for the PowerDNS nameserver.
 Zone data will be read from flat BIND-style zone files, and the list
 of zones needs to be given in a named.conf-style file.

pdns-backend-bind-dbgsym: debug symbols for pdns-backend-bind
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 pdns-backend-geoip
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 pdns-backend-ldap
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 pdns-backend-lua
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 pdns-backend-mydns
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 pdns-backend-mysql
pdns-backend-odbc: generic UnixODBC 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 UnixODBC backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-odbc-dbgsym: debug symbols for pdns-backend-odbc
pdns-backend-opendbx: OpenDBX 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 OpenDBX backend for PowerDNS. Please install
 the libopendbx1-DATABASE package to allow OpenDBX to connect to
 the chosen database.

pdns-backend-opendbx-dbgsym: debug symbols for pdns-backend-opendbx
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 pdns-backend-pgsql
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 pdns-backend-pipe
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 pdns-backend-remote
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 pdns-backend-sqlite3
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 pdns-backend-tinydns
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. You also need at least one backend installed to
 serve data.

pdns-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for pdns-server
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
   * ixplore: Explore diffs from IXFRs
   * nsec3dig: Calculate the correctness of NSEC3 proofs
   * saxfr: AXFR zones and show extra information

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