Checking whether some configure options to compile are not longer available for Bind 9.14.1

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Checking whether some configure options to compile are not longer available for Bind 9.14.1

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Hi
 
Is IPV6  by default enabled in DNS bind Ver 9.14.1 ?
 
I am trying to compile the 9.14.1 source code on Sparc Solaris 10 and I see that following options are not recognizes any more when used with configure…..
 
“ –enable-ipv6” and “—enable-threads”
 
Both these options worked with source code for 9.12.4…..am I doing something wrong or wondering whether I have messed up something in my configure file.
 
 
These are the options I am using.
 
./configure --build=sparc-sun-solaris2.10
                        --host=sparc-sun-solaris2.10
                        --with-openssl
                        --with-libxml2 --disable-
                        --enable-ipv6
                        --enable-fixed-rrset
                        --enable-threads
                        --enable-largefile 
                       --enable-querytrace
                      --with-python=no
 
 
 
 
Thanks
Sandeep
 

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Re: Checking whether some configure options to compile are not longer available for Bind 9.14.1

Tony Finch
Bhangui, Sandeep - BLS CTR via bind-users <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> I am trying to compile the 9.14.1 source code on Sparc Solaris 10 and I
> see that following options are not recognizes any more when used with
> configure.....
>
>  " -enable-ipv6" and "-enable-threads"

Yes, they have gone. The HISTORY file says (last sentence of the 9.14
section):

        BIND now requires support for IPv6, threads, and
        standard atomic operations provided by the C compiler.

The HISTORY file is definitely worth a read if you are upgrading to a new
major version, since it has a fairly short summary of the release notes.

Tony.
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