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ldns-read-zone - read a zonefile and print it
ldns-read-zone reads a DNS zone file and prints it. The output has 1 resource record per
line, and no pretty-printing makeup.
-c Canonicalize all resource records in the zone before printing
-d Only print DNSSEC data from the zone. This option skips every record that is not of
type NSEC, NSEC3, RRSIG or DNSKEY. DS records are not printed.
-b Include Bubble Babble encoding of DS's.
-0 Print a (null) for the RRSIG inception, expiry and key data. This option can be
used when comparing different signing systems that use the same DNSKEYs for signing
but would have a slightly different timings/jitter.
-h Show usage and exit
-n Do not print the SOA record
-p Pad the SOA serial number with spaces so the number and the spaces together take
ten characters. This is useful for in file serial number increments.
-s Strip DNSSEC data from the zone. This option skips every record that is of type
NSEC, NSEC3, RRSIG or DNSKEY. DS records are still printed.
-S [[+|0]number | YYYYMMDDxx | unixtime ]
Set serial number to the given number, or when preceded by a sign, offset the
exisiting number with it. When giving the literal strings YYYYMMDDxx or unixtime,
the serial number is tried to be reset in datecounter or in unixtime format respec-
tively. Though is the updated serial number is smaller than the original one, the
original one is simply increased by one.
When updating a serial number, records of type NSEC, NSEC3, RRSIG and DNSKEY will
be skipped when printing the zone.
-v Show the version and exit
-z Sort the zone before printing (this implies -c)
Written by the ldns team as an example for ldns usage.
Report bugs to <email@example.com>.
Copyright (C) 2005 NLnet Labs. This is free software. There is NO warranty; not even for
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
30 May 2005 ldns-read-zone(1)
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