IXFR under 8.2.2-P5?

Kevin J. Dunlap kevind at metaip.checkpoint.com
Mon Jan 10 17:19:31 UTC 2000


Not ready for prime time yet.  I found some real nasty memory leaks and 
data corruption on
the server side that I would say it's broken as well.  I'll have some fixes 
this week.

-Kevin

At 09:03 AM 01/10/2000 -0800, Brad Knowles wrote:
>Folks,
>
>         Just curious if IXFR is still not-quite-ready-for-prime-time
>under the latest public release?  The last note I saw in src/CHANGES
>said:
>
>                 885.   [support]       IXFR improvements.
>
>         But the previous IXFR related entry said:
>
>                 869.   [bug]           disable client side IXFR (in
>named-xfer) for now.
>
>         And the later entry doesn't explicitly say where the
>improvements
>were made, etc....
>
>
>         Thanks!
>
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