CoreDNS-1.1.4 Release

CoreDNS-1.1.4 Release Notes.

We are pleased to announce the release of CoreDNS-1.1.4!

This release has a few enhancements in the plugins, and a few (Docker) improvements.


As said in the 1.1.3 Release Notes, we are making the -log command line flag a noop.

This is also a heads up that in the next release - 1.2.0 - the current etcd plugin will be replaced by a new plugin that supports etcd3, see this pull request.

The Docker image is now built using a multistage build. This means the final image is based on scratch and all architectures now have certificates in the image (not just the amd64 one).


We are also deprecating:

  • the reverse plugin has been removed, but we allow it still in the configuration.
  • the google_https protocol has been a noop in the proxy plugin.

In the next release (1.2.0) this code will removed completely.

Further more:

  • file now always queries local zones when trying to find a CNAME target.
  • log will now always log in seconds (not micro, or milliseconds).
  • forward erases expired connection after some time.


The following people helped with getting this release done:

Francois Tur, Malcolm Akinje, Mario Kleinsasser, Miek Gieben, Ruslan Drozhdzh, Yong Tang.

For documentation see our (in progress!) manual. For help and other resources, see our community page.

CoreDNS Authors
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