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manpage: Add missing word on unbound.conf #97

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Erethon commented Oct 22, 2019

After having a quick glance on the RFC 5011 document, I'm assuming this is what is implied here.

@wcawijngaards wcawijngaards merged commit 488e4c6 into NLnetLabs:master Oct 23, 2019
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wcawijngaards commented Oct 23, 2019

Thanks! Merged.

wcawijngaards added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 23, 2019
- Merge #97: manpage: Add missing word on unbound.conf,
  from Erethon.
jedisct1 added a commit to jedisct1/unbound that referenced this pull request Oct 29, 2019
* nlnet/master:
  - Fix NLnetLabs#99: Memory leak in ub_ctx (event_base will never be freed).
  Add new configure option `--enable-fully-static` to enable full static build if requested; in relation to NLnetLabs#91.
  Changelog note for NLnetLabs#97. - Merge NLnetLabs#97: manpage: Add missing word on unbound.conf,   from Erethon.
  manpage: Add missing word on unbound.conf
  - drop-tld.diff: adds option drop-tld: yesno that drops 2 label   queries, to stop random floods.  Apply with   patch -p1 < contrib/drop-tld.diff and compile.   From Saksham Manchanda (Secure64).  Please note that we think this   will drop DNSKEY and DS lookups for tlds and hence break DNSSEC   lookups for downstream clients.
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