A simple library for managing DNS zones.
A low-calorie library for managing DNS zones
import localzone with localzone.manage("db.example.com") as z: r = z.add_record("greeting", "TXT", "hello, world!") r.name # the record name, i.e. "greeting" r.rdtype # the record type, i.e. "TXT" r.content # the record content, i.e. "hello," "world!"
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- A simple API focused on managing resource records in local zone files
- Support for almost all resource record types
- Auto-save and auto-serial
- Built for automation
$ pip install localzone
Comprehensive, low-level DNS toolkits can be cumbersome for the more common zone management tasks–especially those related to making simple changes to zone records. They can also come with a steep learning curve. Enter localzone: a simple library for managing DNS zones. While localzone may be a low-calorie library, it’s stuffed full of everything that a hungry hostmaster needs.
- Calzone image by sobinsergey from the Noun Project
Where did the calories go? The likely suspect.
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