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  • From: just me
  • Date: Thu Dec 02 14:05:49 2004

I second the recommendation for PowerDNS. I built an anycasted, sql 
backended instant-update DNS server platform for a registrar who was 
interested in selling a "premium dns service" product. We looked long 
and hard at bind+dlz as well as PDNS.

Both are great products, and the developer who works on the DLZ code 
is a great guy, but we were able to squeeze a lot more queries per 
second out of PDNS.


On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, Jeroen Massar wrote:

  On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 20:17 +0100, Erik Haagsman wrote:
  > And while we're on the subject...anyone know a reliable web-based admin
  > front-end for BIND + DLZ + PostgreSQL...? Or does everybody just roll
  > their own...?
  That is called PowerDNS with a bind-backend ;)
  Rolling your own is of course the best version as you can customize it
  the way you like, hook it where you want etc. Then again you can do that
  with PowerDNS too and with a lot of scripting basically with anything.

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