tinydns-edit man page

tinydns-edit

Synopsis

tinydns-edit [Options] DATA DATA.TMP add TYPE NAME ADDRESS

Description

tinydns-edit write the DNS records to the `data' file, which in turn is used by tinydns-data to generate the binary .cdb file used by tinydns or axfrdns server. The command line parameters required by tinydns-edit are

DATA
is a path of the `data' file to be written.
DATA.TMP
is a path of the temporary file to be used by tinydns-edit for creating the DATA file.
add
is a mandatory command.
TYPE
is the DNS record type, and could be any of the following

ns: name server record, specifies that the NAME is published by a DNS server at ADDRESS.

childns: specifies that requests for the domain NAME should be referred to a child DNS server at ADDRESS.

mx: this record says, mail to names in the domain NAME should be sent to an SMTP server at ADDRESS.

host: this record says that the domain NAME maps to an address ADDRESS and vice versa.

alias: this record says that the domain NAME maps to the address ADDRESS but the reverse is not true.
NAME
is the domain name to be appended to the DATA file.
ADDRESS
is the respective address for the domain NAME.

Options

-h --help
print this help.
-v --version
print version information.

Bugs

Report bugs to <pj.pandit@yahoo.co.in>

Author

Prasad J Pandit

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