Testing for CERT problems

Vladislav Yasevich vlad at zk3.dec.com
Wed Jan 5 20:19:33 UTC 2000


True64 Unix V5.0 was realesed with Bind 8.1.2 and we do not want to ship the
entire new version of Bind as a patch (this would mean changes to header files,
and libc in addition to named).  We are using 8.2.2 P5 in current developments.


Brad Knowles wrote:
> At 2:58 PM -0500 2000/1/5, Vladislav Yasevich wrote:
> >  I am currently looking for any scripts/programs that trigger
> >  the "solinger bug" and the "fdmax bug" in Bind 8.1.2.
> >  I need them to verify that the patches I've made to
> >  Bind 8.1.2 work.
>         And why are you working with BIND 8.1.x at all, as opposed to 8.2.x?
> --
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Vladislav Yasevich
Compaq Computer Corp.
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