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NAME

       zone2sql - Convert ISC Bind zones to SQL

SYNOPSIS

       zone2sql [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       Zone2sql  parses Bind named.conf files and zonefiles and outputs SQL on
       standard out, which can then be fed to your database.

       zone2sql understands the Bind master  file  extension  ’$GENERATE’  and
       will also honour ’$ORIGIN’ and ’$TTL’.

       For  backends supporting slave operation (currently only the PostgreSQL
       backend), there is also an option to keep slave zones  as  slaves,  and
       not convert them to native operation.

       By default, zone2sql outputs code suitable for the mysqlbackend, but it
       can also generate SQL for the Generic PostgreSQL and Oracle backends.

OPTIONS

       Input options:

       --named-conf=<filename>
              Read <filename> to get the bind configuration

       --zone=<zone-file>
              Parse  only  this  zone  file.   Conflicts   with   --named-conf
              parameter.

       --zone-name=<name>
              When  parsing  a single zone without $ORIGIN statement, set this
              as the zone name.

       Output options:

       --bare Output in a bare  format,  suitable  for  further  parsing.  The
              output is formatted as follows:
              domain_id<TAB>’qname’<TAB>’qtype’<TAB>’content’<TAB>prio<TAB>ttl

       --gmysql
              Output  in  format suitable for the default configuration of the
              Generic MySQL backend.

       --gpgsql
              Output in format suitable for the default configuration  of  the
              Generic PostgreSQL backend.

       --mysql
              Output  in  format suitable for the default configuration of the
              MySQL backend (the default output format).

       --oracle
              Output in format suitable for the default configuration  of  the
              Generic Oracle backend.

       --startid=<id>
              Use <id> as the forst domain_id generated (defaults to 0).

       --transactions
              For  Oracle  and  PostgreSQL  output,  wrap  each  domain  in  a
              transaction for higher speed and integrity.

       Other options:

       --slave
              Maintain slave status of zones listed  in  named.conf  as  being
              slaves.  The default behaviour is to convert all zones to native
              operation.

       --on-error-resume-next
              Ignore missing files during parsing. Dangerous.

       --help List all options

       --verbose
              Be verbose during conversion.

SEE ALSO

       pdns_server(8)