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July 6 2013
I have updated Deadwood; Deadwood has always had a limit of 20,000
fixed upstream servers. While this does not affect normal usage of
Deadwood, people trying to have a huge blacklist in Deadwood would
be unable to resolve any domains.
The workaround is to make this silent limit more visible; Deadwood will
now complain with a fatal error if there are more than about 20,000
upstream/blacklist entries in one’s dwood3rc file.
Note that this does not affect the total number of NS referral cache entries
that Deadwood can handle, only the user-defined upstream servers.
It can be downloaded here:
This is an out of band update; while I do not actively work on new features
I still fix serious bugs (or, in this case, what
like a serious bug at first glance) when I become aware of them.
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