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About: NSD is an authoritative only, high performance, simple name server daemon.

README  (nsd-4.3.5):README  (nsd-4.3.6)
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3.3 ... Using TSIG 3.3 ... Using TSIG
3.4 ... Zone expiry of secondary zones 3.4 ... Zone expiry of secondary zones
3.5 ... Diagnosing NSD log entries 3.5 ... Diagnosing NSD log entries
3.6 ... Interfaces 3.6 ... Interfaces
3.7 ... Tuning 3.7 ... Tuning
4.0 Support and Feedback 4.0 Support and Feedback
4.1 ... Your Support 4.1 ... Your Support
1.0 Introduction 1.0 Introduction
This is NSD Name Server Daemon (NSD) version 4.3.5. This is NSD Name Server Daemon (NSD) version 4.3.6.
The NLnet Labs Name Server Daemon (NSD) is an authoritative RFC compliant The NLnet Labs Name Server Daemon (NSD) is an authoritative RFC compliant
DNS nameserver. It was first conceived to allow for more genetic DNS nameserver. It was first conceived to allow for more genetic
diversity for DNS server implementations used by the root-server system diversity for DNS server implementations used by the root-server system
and it has been developed for operations in environments where speed, and it has been developed for operations in environments where speed,
reliability, stability, and security are of high importance. NSD is reliability, stability, and security are of high importance. NSD is
currently used on root servers such as k.root-servers.net and is also in currently used on root servers such as k.root-servers.net and is also in
use by several top-level domain registries. use by several top-level domain registries.
NSD is a complete implementation of an authoritative DNS name server. NSD is a complete implementation of an authoritative DNS name server.
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database prepared by the zone compiler from standard zone files. database prepared by the zone compiler from standard zone files.
For NSD operation this means that zones have to be compiled by zonec For NSD operation this means that zones have to be compiled by zonec
before NSD can use them. before NSD can use them.
All this can be controlled via rc.d (SIGTERM, SIGHUP) or nsd-control, All this can be controlled via rc.d (SIGTERM, SIGHUP) or nsd-control,
and uses a simple configuration file 'nsd.conf'. and uses a simple configuration file 'nsd.conf'.
1.2 Quick build and install 1.2 Quick build and install
Step 1: Unpack the source with gtar -xzvf nsd-4.3.5.tar.gz Step 1: Unpack the source with gtar -xzvf nsd-4.3.6.tar.gz
Step 2: Create user nsd or any other unprivileged user of your Step 2: Create user nsd or any other unprivileged user of your
choice. In case of later make sure to use choice. In case of later make sure to use
--with-user=<username> while running configure. --with-user=<username> while running configure.
You can also set "username: <name>" in the nsd.conf file later. You can also set "username: <name>" in the nsd.conf file later.
Install openssl and libevent. Install openssl and libevent.
Step 3: ./configure Step 3: ./configure
Step 4: make all (or simply 'make'). Step 4: make all (or simply 'make').
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Got any problems or questions with the steps above? Read the Got any problems or questions with the steps above? Read the
rest of this file. rest of this file.
2.0 Building NSD 2.0 Building NSD
2.1 Unpacking the source 2.1 Unpacking the source
Use your favorite combination of tar and gnu zip to unpack the source, Use your favorite combination of tar and gnu zip to unpack the source,
for example for example
$ gtar -xzvf nsd-4.3.5.tar.gz $ gtar -xzvf nsd-4.3.6.tar.gz
will unpack the source into the ./nsd-4.3.5 directory... will unpack the source into the ./nsd-4.3.6 directory...
2.2 Configuring NSD 2.2 Configuring NSD
NSD can be configured using GNU autoconf's configure script. In NSD can be configured using GNU autoconf's configure script. In
addition to standard configure options, one may use the following: addition to standard configure options, one may use the following:
CC=compiler CC=compiler
Specify the C compiler. The default is gcc or cc. The Specify the C compiler. The default is gcc or cc. The
compiler must support ANSI C89. compiler must support ANSI C89.
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