Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-16 Thread Colm MacCarthaigh
On Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 11:11:46PM -0500, Jem Berkes wrote: I did start to implement software side caching in mod_dnsbl_lookup but it raised questions as to whether it's appropriate to have global scale caching when we're doing connection and request oriented processing. So I've left

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-15 Thread Jem Berkes
That's super in-efficient for the majority case, and there's no application level caching, which tends to be a must for most implementations (even if it is only per-request, like Exim's or We talked about this on IRC, and it seems the preferred approach is to delegate the caching

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-14 Thread Justin Erenkrantz
On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 10:11:46PM +0100, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote: Cool. I'd split dnsbl_zones into ipv4_dnsbl_zones and ipv6_dnsbl_zones and have the DnsblZones directive work like; DnsblIPv4Zones DnsblIPv6Zones FWIW, I think it'd be fine to have DnsblZones implicitly be

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-13 Thread Jem Berkes
Cool. I'd split dnsbl_zones into ipv4_dnsbl_zones and ipv6_dnsbl_zones and have the DnsblZones directive work like; DnsblIPv4Zones DnsblIPv6Zones or similar. IPv6 RBL's do exist, and are incompatible with IPv4 ones, so it's worth having the support early-on. I haven't found

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-13 Thread Colm MacCarthaigh
On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 03:20:10PM -0700, Jem Berkes wrote: I haven't found any examples of IPv6 RBLs. rbl-plus.hea.net. If you can give me a small fixed IP range, I can arrange access. -- Colm MacC√°rthaighPublic Key: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-13 Thread Jem Berkes
Sure, we could support them but if they are the only one (and without public documentation on how to use) then aren't we making guesses from a rare case? I haven't found any public discussion on IPv6 DNSBL conventions. For example, what is the standard for how to place the IPv6 string under

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-13 Thread Colm MacCarthaigh
On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 03:54:25PM -0700, Jem Berkes wrote: Sure, we could support them but if they are the only one (and without public documentation on how to use) then aren't we making guesses from a rare case? I haven't found any public discussion on IPv6 DNSBL conventions. Apart from

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-13 Thread Jem Berkes
Following up on mod_dnsbl, a new version is nearing completion although I have encountered some obstacles that slowed me down. I have taken some of Colm's advice to make mod_dnsbl_lookup more flexible and self sufficient. I'm attaching the documentation part of what I'm currently working on. If

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-08-03 Thread Jem Berkes
Sorry for the slow replies, our phone landline +internet is dead and the telco [TSX: MBT] won't fix it for a week. Terrible for getting work done. Cool. I'd split dnsbl_zones into ipv4_dnsbl_zones and ipv6_dnsbl_zones and have the DnsblZones directive work like; DnsblIPv4Zones

mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-07-29 Thread Jem Berkes
I've posted it here. I've been testing it with 2.1.6-alpha http://www.sysdesign.ca/archive/mod_dnsbl_lookup-0.90.tar.gz The README file should describe everything. This is a module providing an optional utility function intended for (but not limited to) mod_smtpd. The function allows the user

Re: mod_dnsbl_lookup 0.90

2005-07-29 Thread Colm MacCarthaigh
On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 02:23:44PM -0500, Jem Berkes wrote: I've posted it here. I've been testing it with 2.1.6-alpha http://www.sysdesign.ca/archive/mod_dnsbl_lookup-0.90.tar.gz Cool. I'd split dnsbl_zones into ipv4_dnsbl_zones and ipv6_dnsbl_zones and have the DnsblZones directive work like