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Old 08-22-2013
Shell script to update zone file

Hi folks,

I have zone files at below path i want to modify their name i don't know how to do it, Can some can suggest some kind line technique. I give you detail

I have domain ibphello.com host at ip address 10.2.2.1 and 50 plus domain are there /var/named/*.db. If i want to change ibphello.com to 10.5.5.5.
If i have ip address 10.1.1.1 to abcd.com.
Please suggest.

Last edited by learnbash; 08-22-2013 at 05:32 PM.. Reason: further addition of detail
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named-checkzone(1)					      General Commands Manual						named-checkzone(1)

NAME
named-checkzone - zone validity checking tool SYNOPSIS
class] mode] mode] outfile] directory] directory] zonename [filename] DESCRIPTION
is a tool for performing integrity checks on the zone contents. It uses the same integrity checks as the daemon when loading a zone. This makes useful for checking zone files before configuring them into a name server. Zones and zone files are described in named.conf(4). Options Specify the class of the zone. Dump the zone file in canonical format. Enable debugging. Read the journal (if it exists) when loading the zone file. Perform checks with the specified failure mode. Possible modes are (default), and The option is described in named.conf(4). Specify whether NS records should be checked to see if they are addresses. Possible modes are (default), and Write zone output to outfile . Enable quiet mode for exit code only. Print the version of and exit. Change to directory (see chdir(2)) so that relative file names in master file directives work This is similar to the clause in Operands filename The file to use for checking the zone contents. The default is the file with the zone name. For the default to work, the file name for the zone in the statement of the file must be identical to the zone name. zonename The zone whose contents are to be checked. RETURN VALUE
sets the exit status to: Success. Errors were detected. EXAMPLES
To perform integrity checks on zone in the zone file and display debug information: AUTHOR
was developed by the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC). SEE ALSO
named(1M), chdir(2), named.conf(4). Requests for Comments (RFC): 1035, available online at available online at available from the Internet Systems Consortium at BIND 9.3 named-checkzone(1)

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