On Tue, Dec 08, 2009 at 01:27:10PM -0800, Stanislav Sinyagin wrote:
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From: Marc Balmer <marc(a)msys.ch>
knows a good and reliable DNS server that is suitable to run
on VMware and has a simple gui for management?
Any of the BSDs will do (FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD) and the simple gui
It rocks, we use it.
Marc, if you compare the cost of having a UNIX+vi engineer on salary and
an apprentice who can do the DNS job easily through a GUI, vi does not
rock any more :)
You don't need a UNIX engineer to handle simple admin tasks like editing a
zone file but it may help to have one to administrate the machines.
Another factor is, that that apprentice might be a
Girls using VI rock.
PS: to my knowledge there is no simple gui for management for good and
reliable DNS server. The closest I know is powerdns that allows to use
various DB backends for the lookups and there are some bad and less bad
web GUIs around the net.