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Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 07:47:04 +0100
From: "Radek Michalski" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: DNSSEC support

> Thus, dropping support of DNSSEC for the lifecycle of the next release of
Owl seemed like the right thing to do - and that's what we did.
> Now, I am curious - does anyone in here actually use DNSSEC?  On Owl?
> Using our pre-built BIND?


When about DNSSEC usage - I have only three installations running Owl where
DNSSEC is really used. As far as I remember, two of those were taken out of
the box, one I compilled by myself. That is since 2002.

Basing only on my example, I don't think that disabling DNSSEC support is
wrong thing.

Thanks for your answer and greetings

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