CoreDNS-003 has been released!
CoreDNS is a DNS server that chains plugins, where each plugin implements a DNS feature.
What is New
Refused queries are properly logged and exported if metrics are enabled.
- proxy: allow
/etc/resolv.confto be used in the configuration.
- metrics: add tests and normalize some of the metrics. Removed the AXFR size metrics.
- cache: Added size and capacity of the cache (for both
successcache types). Don’t cache meta data records and zone transfers.
- dnssec: metrics were unused, hooked them up: export size and capacity of the signature cache.
- loadbalance: balance MX records as well.
- auto: numerous bugfixes.
- file: fix data race in reload process and also reload a zone when it is
mved (newly created) into place. Also rewrite the zone lookup algorithm and be more standards compliant, esp. in the area of DNSSEC, wildcards and empty-non-terminals; handle secure delegations.
- kubernetes: vender the k8s dependency and updates to be compatible with Kubernetes 1.4 and 1.5. Multiple cleanups and fixes. Kubernetes services can now be resolved.
The following people helped with getting this release done:
Ben Kochie, Chris O’Haver, John Belamaric, Jonathan Dickinson, Manuel Alejandro de Brito Fontes, Michael Grosser, Miek Gieben, Yong Tang.
If you want to help, please check out one of the issues and start coding!
For documentation and help, see our community page.