Sunos 5.8 Error:EDNS not supported by your namesever
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Wed Sep 5 16:59:22 UTC 2012
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FWIW, 9.6 ships with Solaris 10.
On 09/05/2012 12:44 PM, Kevin Darcy wrote:
> On 9/5/2012 10:19 AM, Mark Andrews wrote:
>> In message
>> <7e1c5160a2aa122a39e879c8343bf459.squirrel at webmail.aminor.no>,
>> "Eivi nd Olsen" writes:
>>> Mark Andrews wrote:
>>>> SunOS 5.8 is ancient (12+ year old)and no longer supported by
>>>> Oracle. I can't remember which version of BIND 8, SunOS 5.8
>>>> shipped with but it wasn't a recent version at the time.
>>> Not that it really matters much, but I thought I'd check some
>>> old Solaris 8 installation I still have access to - the BIND
>>> bundled on that one was 8.2.4.
>> And EDNS support was added at 8.3.0.
> I just checked a Solaris 9 box, and its binary appears to be based
> on 8.3.3. So it would, at least, support EDNS0, but be deficient in
> almost every other way. I vaguely remember that Sun (that would be
> Oracle now) offered a package (as in "pkgadd" package) featuring a
> BIND 9 "named" binary and some utilities. Don't know if or how much
> Oracle would support that package though.
> I can verify that relatively-modern versions of BIND (e.g. some
> 9.8.* versions) compile with gcc on Solaris 9. I don't have any
> access to a Solaris 8 box with a compiler though...
> - Kevin _______________________________________________ Please
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