mydnsexport man page

mydnsexport — Output zone data in various foreign file formats

Synopsis

mydnsexport [-b, --bind] [-t, --tinydns-data] [-D, --database=dbname] [-h, --host=hostname] [-p, --password[=password]] [-u, --user=username] [-v, --verbose] [--help] [--version] [ZONE] [...]

Description

mydnsexport outputs information about the zone(s) specified on the command line to the standard output, in the format specified. By default, it outputs BIND zone file format. Currently it can also output in tinydns-data format if the -t, --tinydns-data option is specified.

If no zones are specified, all zones will be output.

Options

-b, --bind
Output the specified zone(s) in BIND zone file format.
-t, --tinydns-data
Output the specified zone(s) in tinydns-data format.
-D, --database=dbname
Use the database called dbname.
-h, --host=hostname
Connect to database server at hostname.
-p, --pass=password
Supply password when connecting to the database server. If the password argument is omitted, it will be prompted on the tty.
-u, --user=username
Use username when connecting to the database server.
-v, --verbose
Enable verbose output while running.
--help
Display program help and exit.
--version
Output version number and exit.

Author

Don Moore <bboy@bboy.net> Howard Wilkinson <howard@cohtech.com>

Homepage

http://mydns.bboy.net

See Also

mydns(8), mydns.conf(5), mydnscheck(8), mydnsimport(8)

Referenced By

mydns(8), mydnscheck(8), mydns-conf(8), mydnsimport(8).

Feb 2016 mydns 1.2.8.31 System Administrator's Manual