Provided by: ldap2zone_0.2-11build1_amd64
ldap2bind - update bind's DNS zones from LDAP
The ldap2bind program converts DNS zones from LDAP to bind zone configuration files and reloads these zones. It uses ldap2zone(1) to do the conversion. The script takes no options, but some variables are defined and can be modified using /etc/default/ldap2zone. An example of this file is provided in /usr/share/doc/ldap2zone/examples/. Usually ldap2bind is called from a cron job that updates the zones regularly from LDAP.
The file named.conf.ldap2zone must exist in bind's configuration directory and has to be included in bind's configuration. This is usually done by including it in named.conf.local.
ldap2bind returns 0 on success, 1 on failures.
/etc/default/ldap2zone configuration variables /etc/bind/named.conf.ldap2zone zones extracted from LDAP
This manual page has been written by Andreas B. Mundt <email@example.com> for the Debian Project (but may be used by others).