DELPHINUSDNSD(8) System Manager's Manual DELPHINUSDNSD(8)

NAME

delphinusdnsdthe Delphinus DNS daemon

SYNOPSIS

delphinusdnsd [-b address] [-c size] [-d] [-f file] [-i interface] [-l] [-n instances] [-p port] [-v]

DESCRIPTION

delphinusdnsd is the daemon that runs Delphinus DNS.
The options are as follows:
-b
address Adds an address that delphinusdnsd should bind(2) to. This option can be repeated multiple times to add more. May not be used in conjunction with -i.
-d
Turn on debug mode. delphinusdnsd does not fork into the background with this. Messages are printed in the foreground.
-f
file The configuration file to be used is found at file.
-i
interface The particular interface that delphinusdnsd should listen on. This option can be specified multiple times. May not be used in conjunction with -b.
-l
Turn logging of queries on.
-n
instances is the number of instances plus one that should be forked for delphinusdnsd. This may be good for multi-cpu/core boxes.
-p
port Specifies the port that delphinusdnsd should listen on. This can be useful when using delphinusdnsd with pf(4)
-v
Be more verbose in debug mode. This shows configfile parsing logic.

FILES

/etc/delphinusdns.conf

SEE ALSO

delphinusdns.conf(5), dddctl(8), bind(2), fork(2), daemon(3), pf(4)

AUTHORS

This software was written by Peter J. Philipp ⟨petphi@delphinusdns.org⟩
 
December 27, 2017 OpenBSD 6.3