Provided by: argonaut-ldap2zone_1.2-2_all bug

NAME

       argonaut-ldap2zone - creating bind zone files and refreshing the server

SYNOPSIS

       argonaut-ldap2zone [--verbose] [--noreverse] [--norestart] [--dumpdir dir] [--ldap2acls]
       [--ldap2view VIEW | ZONE | --slave]

DESCRIPTION

       argonaut-ldap2zone is a program used to create bind zone files and refresh the bind
       service

OPTIONS

       --verbose
          be verbose

       --noreverse
          Do not write reverse zone

       --norestart
          Do not refresh bind zone with rndc

       --dumpdir
          Dump the zones and bind configuration to another dir for testing purposes

       --ldap2acls
          Write the the acls needed for bind in named.conf.acls

       --ldap2view
          Write the zones in view format when you want to do split horizon dns

EXAMPLE

       argonaut-ldap2zone --verbose fusiondirectory.org.

        Write the updated zones from ldap and refresh bind

       argonaut-ldap2zone --verbose --norestart --dumpdir dnszone/ fusiondirectory.org

        Write the updated zones from ldap to another directory and don't refresh bind

       argonaut-ldap2zone --verbose --ldap2view internal

        Write the updated zones from ldap in a bind view named internal and refresh bind

       argonaut-ldap2zone --verbose --ldap2acls

        Write the acls from ldap into named.conf.acls

       argonaut-ldap2zone --verbose --slave

        Write the udpated slave zones files

BUGS

       Please report any bugs, or post any suggestions, to the fusiondirectory mailing list
       fusiondirectory-users or to
       <https://forge.fusiondirectory.org/projects/argonaut-agents/issues/new>

AUTHORS

       Come Bernigaud

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

       This code is part of Argonaut Project <https://www.argonaut-project.org/>

       Copyright (C) 2011-2016 FusionDirectory project

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.