I don't know of any, but I would be certainly happy
to help you write such doc.  What are the requirements?

The Debian package might be a good start - it starts
unprivileged (using systemd socket activation) and
it keeps the DNS cache in /run/knot-resolver/, so
themachine restart forgets all the cached records.

O.
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----- Original Message -----
> From: "Toralf Förster" <toralf.foers...@gmx.de>
> To: "knot-dns-users" <knot-dns-users@lists.nic.cz>
> Sent: Saturday, 15 October, 2016 18:59:00
> Subject: [knot-dns-users] is there a out-of-the-box receipt to use knot as a 
> DNS cache for a Tor exit relay ?

> As a lazy slacker I do wonder about such a
> knot-in-a-nutshell-for-tor-exit-relay-operator-dummies doc ?
> ;)
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