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Manual Reference Pages  -  GCLOUD_DNS_RECORD-SETS_TRANSACTION (1)

NAME

gcloud dns record-sets transaction - make scriptable and transactional changes to your record-sets

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


gcloud dns record-sets transaction COMMAND [--transaction-file TRANSACTION_FILE; default="transaction.yaml"] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION

Make scriptable and transactional changes to your record-sets.

FLAGS

--transaction-file TRANSACTION_FILE; default="transaction.yaml"

Path of the file which contains the transaction.

GLOBAL FLAGS

Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

COMMANDS

COMMAND is one of the following:

abort

Abort transaction.

add
Append a record-set addition to the transaction.

describe
Describe the transaction.

execute
Execute the transaction on Cloud DNS.

remove
Append a record-set deletion to the transaction.

start
Start a transaction.

EXAMPLES

To start a transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction start

To append a record-set addition to the transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction add --name RECORD_SET_NAME \
--ttl TTL --type TYPE DATA

To append a record-set removal to the transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction remove --name RECORD_SET_NAME \
--ttl TTL --type TYPE DATA

To look at the details of the transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction describe

To delete the transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction abort

To execute the transaction, run:

$ gcloud dns record-sets transaction execute
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