"When a DNS client receives a reply with TC set, it should ignore that response"This should be cheerfully ignored. The fact of the matter is this: When an upstream DNS server sends us a truncated reply, they will usually give us the first 512 bytes of that reply, which can often times have useful information.
Indeed, one of the answers we get while trying to process answers.yahoo.com is truncated. But has useful information. So I have added some code which will, when getting a truncated reply, grab the first answer from the truncated reply and use that.
In the case of getting a reply marked truncated and not getting any information in the packet, it is still possible to enable tcp_listen and get the packet via TCP, but, with this update, this will almost never need to be done to resolve a query. Indeed, I recommend that users with tcp_listen enabled disable it when upgrading to Deadwood 3.0.03.
In addition, this release of Deadwood has a number of other bug fixes from the last six months:
It can be downloaded here:
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