BIND through COPR after CentOS

Leroy Tennison leroy at
Fri Dec 18 18:57:24 UTC 2020

We have been using isc's bind (and dhcp for that matter) which comes with Ubuntu LTS versions and have had good success.  Right now we're on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS but that's about to change since the 16.04 revision goes EOL in April.  I should mention that our implementation isn't terribly sophisticated and not large scale but it has worked.  The only other qualification is that the version which comes with the distribution isn't the latest by any means.

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I would add that the Debian packages are at:

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On 18. 12. 2020, at 19:24, Victoria Risk <vicky at> wrote:

On Dec 18, 2020, at 10:15 AM, John Thurston <john.thurston at<mailto:john.thurston at>> wrote:

We have been using the ISC COPR packages for BIND on CentOS. With the demise of CentOS, we (along with a few other people on the planet) need to consider where we will move our applications.

We have been completely happy with the packages provided by ISC through COPR. Does anyone want to offer up other linux distributions on which they have had unqualified success with these same packages?

I have been worrying about whether we would see BIND users shift away from CentOS, although I think it is too soon to declare CentOS ‘dead’.

This might be a good time to remind people that we also publish packages for Debian ( and Ubuntu ( We also maintain a Docker image (<,1,BQScNjPYixtDXPjVq37La9SBXTYVy4DuBxnmz2hx03Jzvl4q_k75JXNWh-0z7By6LUGqXF5QaR6DFrkej9zRjr-RSUEmfBK0rZXvXX2SWbAd&typo=1>).


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