Xyria:CDPNNTPd 0.1.9 reviewDownload
Xyria:CDPNNTPd is a minimalistic, easy to configure NNTP server for Unix
Xyria:CDPNNTPd is a minimalistic, easy to configure NNTP server for Unix.
The Xyria-project has been founded by Steffen Wendzel in 2004. The main goal of the project is to develop Unix services based on the following characteristics:
Provide a maximum of security while writing a minimum of code; only implement the most useful features and use as less external librarys as possible while supporting Solaris, OpenBSD and Linux x86.
Here are some key features of "Xyria CDPNNTPd":
extemely fast implementation (main target)
ip-address based listen()'ing
supporting IPv6 addresses and resource records
load ballancing via round robbin
running under an low-privileged UID & GID
running under little endian systems: (at least) Linux, Solaris, OpenBSD
nice configuration syntax/easy to configure
DNSd able to forward querys
DNSd can run as caching only-server
What's New in This Release:
This release includes a memory allocation bugfix in the xover command, a speed improvement (also in xover), and a source code cleanup.
Xyria:CDPNNTPd 0.1.9 keywords