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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Spamassassin Wiki] Update of "CachingNameserver" by JeffChan
Date Sat, 11 Jun 2005 02:04:48 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeffChan:
http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/CachingNameserver

The comment on the change is:
minor typo fix

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  [http://www.corpit.ru/mjt/rbldnsd.html rbldnsd] is a small and fast DNS daemon which is
especially made to serve DNSBL zones. This daemon was inspired by Dan J. Bernstein's rbldns
program found in the djbdns package.  The [http://www.surbl.org/links.html SURBL links page]
under "Mirroring RBL zone files locally" references several How-Tos for setting up rbldnsd
and rsnyc in different environments including FreeBSD, Solaris, etc.  NJABL also has a document
about [http://njabl.org/rsync.html setting up rbldnsd and rsync] for use with RBLs.
  
- rbldnsd is widely used for public and private mirroring of RBL zone files.  A common rule
of thumb is that the overhead of doing rbldnsd and rsync become worthwhile for mail servers
that process more than 100,000 messages per day.  Some RBLs imposse a minimum daily message
count for allowing rsync access.  Some RBLs charge a subscription fee for access.  Others
don't.  Please check with the RBL operators as appropriate.
+ rbldnsd is widely used for public and private mirroring of RBL zone files.  A common rule
of thumb is that the overhead of doing rbldnsd and rsync becomes worthwhile for mail servers
that process more than 100,000 messages per day.  Some RBLs imposse a minimum daily message
count for allowing rsync access.  Some RBLs charge a subscription fee for access.  Others
don't.  Please check with the RBL operators as appropriate.
  
  If you have a good guide to the commands required to install this on a typical system, please
edit this page and fill out this section.
  

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