On Sat, Jul 19, 2014 at 09:36:06PM -0700, Darren Pilgrim wrote:
D> Never mistake silence for consent.
D> The vast majority of people don't know pf is outdated and broken on
D> FreeBSD because they don't know what they're missing and likely aren't
D> using IPv6 yet. The moment you turn on IPv6 and restart a validating
D> unbound, you run full-speed into pf's broken behaviour. Make an
D> EDNS0-enabled query for a signed zone and you'll get a fragmented UDP
D> packet that will never make it through unless you tell pf to allow all
D> fragments unconditionally. They'll simply think something is wrong with
D> unbound, turn off EDNS0 and/or validation, hurt peformance and/or
D> security in the process, and never realize their firewall is doing
D> literally the worst possible thing it could do.
D> All because over half a decade ago some folks got all butthurt over a
D> config file format change.
Do I understand you right, that you propose a tens thousands lines of
untrivial code bulk update in order to fix a particular bug, that can be
nailed down separately? Do you also say that breaking configuration
files for a large number of people is okay if the update is expected
to fix a bug unrelated to configuration?
For me sounds like hunting a sparrow with a cannon.
Totus tuus, Glebius.
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