1.14. bind-dyndb-ldap

An updated bind-dyndb-ldap package that fixes several bugs and adds several enhancements is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The dynamic LDAP back-end is a plug-in for BIND that provides an LDAP database back-end capabilities. It features support for dynamic updates and internal caching, to lift the load off of your LDAP server.
Bug Fixes
BZ#658286
the plugin didn't load child zones correctly. The plugin has been fixed and now loads child zones well.
BZ#662930
named aborted when attempting to connect to a local LDAP server during boot. Now it does not abort but the administrator must call "rndc reload" when LDAP server starts to correctly fetch zones.
BZ#666244
the plugin flooded logs with too many messages. Now those messages are logged only when named is started with the "-d" (debug) parameter.
BZ#667704
the plugin was rebased to 0.2.0 bugfix release.
BZ#667727
queries for ANY type were not handled correctly, only SOA records were returned. The plugin was fixed and now all records are returned when asked.
BZ#667730
the plugin failed to reconnect to the LDAP server when SASL authentication was used. The plugin was fixed and reconnection now works.
BZ#667732
the plugin failed to delete nodes from the LDAP database when all resource records associated with the node were removed. Now the plugin deletes the empty nodes.
BZ#667733
the plugin did not emit enough information when it was configured to use invalid credentials. Now it emits enough details.
Enhancements
BZ#667729
It is now possible to specify allow-query and allow-transfer ACLs for zones.
BZ#667734
It is now possible to set timeout for queries to the LDAP server.
Users are advised to upgrade to this updated bind-dyndb-ldap package, which resolves these issues.