1. 11 Oct, 2010 1 commit
    • Evan Hunt's avatar
      Addressed some review comments, including: · f0f818b2
      Evan Hunt authored
       - added diagrams to asiolink documentation
       - eliminated improper error return in TCPServer operator()
       - moved UDPEndpoint, TCPEndpoint, UDPSOcket, TCPSOcket implementation
         code into internal/udpdns.h and internal/tcpdns.h
       - RecursiveQuery ns_addr_ member now an IOAddress rather than asio address
       - add method headers in recursor.h and auth_srv.h
       - change asio_link unittest name to asiolink
      
      
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  2. 05 Oct, 2010 1 commit
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  6. 15 Sep, 2010 1 commit
    • Evan Hunt's avatar
      Refactoring of the asio_link module as preparation for adding a resolver. · d09afbc6
      Evan Hunt authored
      1) The asio_link object no longer directly depends on AuthSrv*; instead
      the caller must provide a pair of callback objects, CheckinProvider and
      DNSProvider, which are called at appropriate times to check for outstanding
      configuration messages and to process a DNS message.
      
      2) In hopes of making it less painful to write the ASIO handlers
      when we add the code to send requests to upstream authoritative
      servers, I rewrote the TCPServer and UDPServer classes to use
      the "stackless coroutine" pattern described at:
      http://blog.think-async.com/2010/03/potted-guide-to-stackless-coroutines.html
      
      The resulting ASIO code should be functionally identical to the
      previous code, but it is shorter and (IMHO) easier to read:
      instead of several different asynchronous response handlers,
      there's a single function for TCP and another for UDP, and the
      I/O operations are all laid out in logical order.
      
      Next step will be to move asio_link into src/lib, but I'm leaving
      it here for now to make it easier to read the diff.
      
      
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  15. 30 Jun, 2010 1 commit
    • Evan Hunt's avatar
      70. [func] each · 34159d69
      Evan Hunt authored
        	Added a hot-spot cache to libdatasrc to speed up access to
      	repeatedly-queried data and reduce the number of queries to
      	the underlying database; this should substantially improve
      	performance.  Also added a "-n" ("no cache") option to
      	bind10 and b10-auth to disable the cache if needed.
      	(Trac #192, svn r2383)
      
      
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  23. 28 May, 2010 1 commit
    • JINMEI Tatuya's avatar
      addressed some portability issues with non boost ASIO: · 737c49cf
      JINMEI Tatuya authored
       - suppress the gcc unused parameters warning selectively (as a workaround) in a most portable way
       - introduce B10_CXXFLAGS as the default to AM_CXXFLAGS to make the first change possible (that's why I modified so many other Makefile.am's even if they are irrelevant to asio)
       - remove dependency on boost system library: it was only needed for the boost version of ASIO.
       - hide details that require ASIO related definitions from xfr_client.h to avoid being hit by the 'unused parameter' problem accidentally.
      
      
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  24. 27 May, 2010 1 commit
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  27. 14 May, 2010 1 commit
    • Jelte Jansen's avatar
      added manual python wrappers location to PYTHONPATH · f7cec864
      Jelte Jansen authored
      made xfrout use the dns python wrappers instead of the boost.python one
      (still needs boost.python for the wrappers for sending sockets around)
      
      also fixed a few other problems in xfrout;
      - UNIX_SOCKET_FILE (the socket that is used to send other socket descriptors over) only worked if installed, updated to use @abs_top_srcdir@/auth_sock_conn for the domain socket file (for now, where should we really put this?) Also updated bin/auth/main.cc to use this one if run from source tree
      - That file descriptor that is passed wasn't closed, so after a while the system would run out of file descriptors. Added os.close(fd) for that to xfrout. We might want to think about adding this to our send_fd/recv_fd lib
      - Other (temporary) workaround; When the AXFR response is rendered, it triggers truncation. So for now I used renderer.setLengthLimit(65535). But we might want to simply make multiple message packets within the stream.
      
      (all three of these problems also occur in trunk/ btw, but since all of them might be temporary and i'm focusing on the main wrappers here, i committed them here for now)
      
      
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