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PowerDNS Authoritative Server

PowerDNS Authoritative Server is a high-performance authoritative nameserver with a host of backends. Besides plain BIND configuration files, PDNS reads information from MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MongoDB, and many other databases. Backends can easily be written in any language, and a sample Perl backend is provided. PDNS powers around 30-40% of all domain names in many parts of the world, including >90% of all DNSSEC domains in Europe.

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  •  17 Dec 2013 18:27

    Release Notes: This is a bugfix update to 3.3.

    •  05 Jul 2013 08:34

      Release Notes: This a stability, bugfix, and conformity update to 3.2. It improves interoperability with various validators, either through bugfixes or by catering to their needs beyond the specifications.

      •  28 Jun 2013 06:10

        Release Notes: This release improved stability and conformity and fixed bugs. Interoperability with various validators was improved, either through bugfixes or by catering to their needs beyond the specifications.

        •  28 May 2013 07:21

          Release Notes: This release improved stability and conformity and fixed bugs. Interoperability with various validators was improved, either through bugfixes or by catering to their needs beyond the specifications.

          •  17 Jan 2013 10:07

            Release Notes: This is a stability and conformity update. It mostly makes the DNSSEC implementation more robust and improves interoperability with various validators. Very extensive testing was conducted on a lot of edge cases, verifying output against both common validators and other authoritative servers.

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