BIND through COPR after CentOS
johnson at Pharmacy.Arizona.EDU
Fri Dec 18 19:12:51 UTC 2020
I’m evaluating Oracle Linux to replace CentOS right now for other uses, which Oracle pinky-swears will always be free (beer and speech); it’s essentially another RHEL clone, with some additional stuff for oracle in the repo. I think it’ll end up replacing our CentOS 8 upgrade of ours.
Name : bind
Epoch : 32
Version : 9.11.20
Release : 5.el8
Architecture : src
Size : 8.1 M
Source : None
Repository : ol8_baseos_latest
Summary : The Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) DNS (Domain Name System) server
URL : http://www.isc.org/products/BIND/
License : MPLv2.0
Description : BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is an implementation of the DNS
: (Domain Name System) protocols. BIND includes a DNS server (named),
: which resolves host names to IP addresses; a resolver library
: (routines for applications to use when interfacing with DNS); and
: tools for verifying that the DNS server is operating properly.
On Dec 18, 2020, at 11:15 AM, John Thurston <john.thurston at alaska.gov<mailto:john.thurston at alaska.gov>> 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?
Do things because you should, not just because you can.
John Thurston 907-465-8591
John.Thurston at alaska.gov<mailto:John.Thurston at alaska.gov>
Department of Administration
State of Alaska
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