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I just installed the 9.11 Porsche it does report ipv6 even in the OS2 command line The server is reporting ipv6 addresses, so I guess if the system is able to do with it it runs. So far I have not seen any 100 CPU usage. I will keep a close watch. Thanks for all your effort.
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*Subject:* Re: [eCS-ISP] [BULK] [eCS-ISP] Bind 9.11.20
Hi Dan and Lewis,
In addition to Lewis's comments - as I recall - newer bind versions don't provide the options of disabling ipv6 support - so we need to provide enough stubs of ipv6 headers to let it compile and work.
I did this for openvpn (which similarly doesn't give an option to disable ipv6) - but ironically, it was this added header support that was causing the 100% cpu usage with Bind 9.11.x.
For the above reasons, I focussed on maintaining 9.11.x as this is EOL December 2021 - which gives us plenty of time to come up with a solution for the next ESV version.
On Tue, 14 Jul 2020 at 02:05, Lewis G Rosenthal <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
On 07/13/20 12:01 pm, Dan Napier wrote:
> Hello Friends
> Did I miss something, I seem to be way ahead of the curve. Running 9.12.4 I am not a Math Major, so I might be wrong, but
isn’t 9.11.20 a lower rev?
> 9.12.4 seems to run dandy, reports ip4 and ip6 addresses, does
not hog cpu. Did I do something wrong?
As you will note here:
9.11 is an ESV (Extended Service Release). 9.11.20 is indeed newer
BIND 9.12.4 was a maintenance release, specifically to address issues
disclosed in CVE-2018-5744, CVE-2018-5745, and CVE-2019-6465.
9.11.20, OTOH, addresses all security issues up through CVE-2020-8619:
Not every higher version number necessarily denotes a *newer* or
one. 9.12 was a development branch; 9.11 is a stable one.
9.16 is current, and will eventually become an ESV (I believe), so
point, that should become our target.
Lewis G Rosenthal, CNA, CLP, CLE, CWTS, EA
Rosenthal & Rosenthal, LLC www.2rosenthals.com
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