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dnsdist: Display DynBlocks' default action, None, as the global one #6835

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rgacogne commented Aug 8, 2018

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The default action for a dynamic block is Action::None, which doesn't mean that nothing will be done but that the global action will be applied instead. We failed to display that correctly in the console and via the API.
Reported by ph1 (thanks!).

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dnsdist: Display DynBlocks' default action, None, as the global one
The default action for a dynamic block is Action::None, which doesn't
mean that nothing will be done but that the global action will be
applied instead. We failed to display that correctly in the console
and via the API.

@rgacogne rgacogne added this to the dnsdist-1.3.x milestone Aug 8, 2018

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phonedph1 commented Aug 8, 2018

Nice! Thanks. Tested and works as expected now.

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zeha approved these changes Aug 8, 2018

@rgacogne rgacogne merged commit 4c928be into PowerDNS:master Aug 9, 2018

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