BIND 8.2.5 public release
nate at wired.com
Wed Oct 3 15:23:05 UTC 2001
On Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 01:20:34PM +0200, Jesper Dybdal wrote:
> Mark_Andrews at isc.org wrote:
> >> > The recommended versions to use are BIND 9.2.0rc5 and BIND 9.1.3. If
> >> > for whatever reason you must run BIND 8, use nothing earlier than
> >> > 8.2.5-REL
> >> Why isn't 8.2.3-REL acceptable anymore?
> > I would have thought that that would have been self evident.
> > While not every bug has a security impact the just about
> > all have a operational impact. It would be remiss of us
> > to recommend anything other than the best version that we
> > could.
> Correct. But it seems to me that there is a large difference between "not
> recommending" and "not considering acceptable".
Yes, huge difference. Of course now I'm probably going to upgrade all my
8.2.3-REL servers because I have a strange feeling we're not being told
everything there is to be told here.
Nate Campi, UNIX Ops WiReD SF, Terra Lycos DNS, (415) 276-8678
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