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Manual Reference Pages  -  DNSCHECK-HOSTSYNTAX (1)

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NAME

dnscheck-hostsyntax - check if a name is syntactically correct for DNS

CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

The dnscheck-hostsyntax script takes a string as a command line argument and checks if it’s a syntactically correct hostname according to DNSCheck::Test::Host::host_syntax.

There are no options. The script will print the string TRUE to standard output if it thinks the name is correct, and the string FALSE otherwise.

EXAMPLE



    dnscheck-hostsyntax iis.se



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