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dnsdist: Add `QNameLabelsCountRule()` and `QNameWireLengthRule()` #4114

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rgacogne commented Jul 5, 2016

  • QNameLabelsCountRule(min, max) matches if the qname has less than
    min or more than max labels.
  • QNameWireLengthRule(min, max) matches if the qname's length on the
    wire is less than min or more than max bytes.
  • Also add Lua bindings for DNSName's countLabels() and wirelength()
dnsdist: Add `QNameLabelsCountRule()` and `QNameWireLengthRule()`
* QNameLabelsCountRule(min, max) matches if the qname has less than
min or more than max labels.
* QNameWireLengthRule(min, max) matches if the qname's length on the
wire is less than min or more than max bytes.
* Also add Lua bindings for DNSName's `countLabels()` and `wirelength()`
@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@ char* my_generator(const char* text, int state)
"PoolAction(", "printDNSCryptProviderFingerprint(",
"RegexRule(", "RemoteLogAction(", "RemoteLogResponseAction(", "rmResponseRule(",
"rmRule(", "rmServer(", "roundrobin",
"QTypeRule(",
"QNameLabelsCountRule(", "QNameWireLengthRule(", "QTypeRule(",

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wonder if this list should be one item per line for better diffs. Just a thought, not suggesting it for this PR.

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Habbie commented Jul 7, 2016

LGTM.

@Habbie Habbie merged commit 64b9ac4 into PowerDNS:master Jul 21, 2016

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