|-o [data|db] ($LDAP2DNS_OUTPUT)|
|Generate a "data" file to be processed by tinydns-data or a set of zone "db"s (one per zone) to be used by named|
|-h host ($LDAP2DNS_HOST)|
|Hostname of LDAP server, defaults to localhost.|
|-p port ($LDAP2DNS_PORT)|
|Port number on which to connect to LDAP server, defaults to 389|
|-H hostURI ($LDAP2DNS_URI)|
URI for the LDAP server. Examples:
|-D binddn ($LDAP2DNS_BINDDN)|
|Use the distinguished name binddn to bind to the LDAP directory.|
|-w bindpasswd ($LDAP2DNS_PASSWORD)|
|Use bindpasswd as the password for simple authentication.|
|-b searchbase ($LDAP2DNS_BASEDN)|
|Use searchbase as the starting point for the search instead of the default.|
|-L[filename] (Command-line only)|
|Print output in LDIF format for reimport. If filename is not specified default to STDOUT.|
|-u numsecs ($LDAP2DNS_UPDATE)|
Update DNS data after numsecs. Defaults to 59 if started as daemon.
NOTE: Zone data is only updated when the zone serial number increments.
|Set verbose level. On the command line, increase verbosity by adding vs. When setting via the environment, specify the level directly. Maximum meaningful value is 2 (-vv).|
|-t timeout ($LDAP2DNS_TIMEOUT)|
|LDAP search timeout (in seconds).|
|-M maxrecords ($LDAP2DNS_MAXRECORDS)|
|Limit LDAP search results to maxrecords number of records.|
|-V (Command-line only)|
|Print version number and exit.|
|-e exec-cmd ($LDAP2DNS_EXEC)|
This command is executed after ldap2dns successfully regenerates its zone
data files. Typically called to either notify named to reread the configuration
tinydns-data to update data.cdb.
LDAP2DNS_TINYDNSDIR The root-directory used by tinydns, ie. the one in which to tinydns expects its data-file. If this option is not specified, the "data" file is written to the current directory.
The following environment variables are documented above with the command-line options. They are listed here for convenience. LDAP2DNS_OUTPUT
will read the options HOST, PORT, URI, BINDDN, and BINDPW from ldap.conf. Their purpose and definition is the same as documented above and in the OpenLDAP package.
Please visit the project homepage for more detail: [http://projects.alkaloid.net/]
ldap2dns is has been maintained since version 0.3.5 by Ben Klang <firstname.lastname@example.org>. It is released under the terms of the GPL version 2.
Jacob Rief <email@example.com> is the original author of this program.
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