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Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2019 19:23:42 +0200
From: Peter Korsgaard <>
Subject: Re: Multiple BIND vulnerabilities disclosed (CVE-2018-5743, CVE-2019-6467, and CVE-2019-6468)

>>>>> "andreas" == andreas  <> writes:

 > On 12:13 25.04.19, Peter Korsgaard wrote:
 >> It is a bit unfortunate that these security fixes now use
 >> isc_atomic_xadd() which are not available on all architectures:
 >> .libs/client.o: In function `mark_tcp_active':
 >> client.c:(.text+0xc7c): undefined reference to `isc_atomic_xadd'
 >> client.c:(.text+0xca0): undefined reference to `isc_atomic_xadd'
 >> .libs/client.o: In function `client_accept':
 >> client.c:(.text+0x2210): undefined reference to `isc_atomic_xadd'
 >> client.c:(.text+0x230c): undefined reference to `isc_atomic_xadd'
 >> .libs/client.o: In function `exit_check':
 >> client.c:(.text+0x2958): undefined reference to `isc_atomic_xadd'
 >> .libs/client.o:client.c:(.text+0x5cb4): more undefined references to `isc_atomic_xadd' follow
 >> collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

 > There is a commit [1] on ISCs GitLab that removes the atomic operations
 > in favor of refcounting and thus fixes the aarch64 (and other archs?)
 > build error.

 > I applied that commit for NixOS. Looks good so far [2].

Yes, that was pointed out to me privatelyl. I am using it as well in

Interesting enough, this fix is on the 9.11 branch:

But not part of the v9_11_6 tag:

Bye, Peter Korsgaard

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