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mydnsexport(8)		 System	Administrator's	Manual		mydnsexport(8)

NAME
       mydnsexport - Output zone data in various foreign file formats

SYNOPSIS
       mydnsexport  [-b,  --bind] [-t, --tinydns-data] [-D, --database=dbname]
       [-h, --host=hostname] [-p, --password[=password]] [-u, --user=username]
       [-v, --verbose] [--help]	[--version] [ZONE] [...]

DESCRIPTION
       mydnsexport outputs information about the zone(s) specified on the com-
       mand line to the	standard output, in the	format specified.  By default,
       it  outputs  BIND  zone	file  format.  Currently it can	also output in
       tinydns-data format if the -t, --tinydns-data option is specified.

       If no zones are specified, all zones will be output.

OPTIONS
       -b, --bind
	      Output the specified zone(s) in BIND zone	file format.

       -t, --tinydns-data
	      Output the specified zone(s) in tinydns-data format.

       -D, --database=dbname
	      Use the database called dbname.

       -h, --host=hostname
	      Connect to database server at hostname.

       -p, --pass=password
	      Supply password when connecting to the database server.  If  the
	      password argument	is omitted, it will be prompted	on the tty.

       -u, --user=username
	      Use username when	connecting to the database server.

       -v, --verbose
	      Enable verbose output while running.

       --help Display program help and exit.

       --version
	      Output version number and	exit.

AUTHOR
       Don Moore <bboy@bboy.net>  Howard Wilkinson <howard@cohtech.com>

HOMEPAGE
       http://mydns.bboy.net

SEE ALSO
       mydns(8), mydns.conf(5),	mydnscheck(8), mydnsimport(8)

mydns 1.2.8.31			   Jul 2017			mydnsexport(8)

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