[dnscap-users] Release 1.9.0 (28 Feb)

Jerry Lundström jerry at dns-oarc.net
Thu May 3 09:52:48 UTC 2018

Hi all,

I appear to have missed sending out the release notes, sorry for that.

This release adds a new option to change how the Berkeley Packet Filter
is generated to include the host restrictions for all selections,
previously this restriction would only apply to specific parts.

Additional tweaks to the RSSM plugin has been made to conform to the
RSSAC002v3 specification. One noticeable change is that the plugin now
requires the DNS to be parsed before counted, any error in the parsing
will result in the message being left out of the statistics.


Packages are available at:


- Fix spacing in BPF filter to look better
- Fix #146: Add `bpf_hosts_apply_all`, apply any host restriction to all
- `plugin/rssm`:
  - Remove quoting of `start-period` and correctly handle empty hashes
  - Issue #152, Issue #91: Parse DNS before processing RSSM counters
- `plugin/rssm/dnscap-rssm-rssac002`: Use `YAML::Dump()` for output

47d892b Issue #152: RSSM YAML output
d4f1466 Issue #152, Issue #91: Parse DNS before processing RSSM counters
68fc1ff BPF, `bpf_hosts_apply_all`


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