Re: DNS zone files in Git

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 8:58 AM, Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com> wrote:
> I got really annoyed by not having any version history for the DNS zone
> files.
> I didn't want to take the time to do a full solution as described in:
> So I took the level-zero approach of just doing a 'git init' in
> /var/named/chroot/master and importing the files there.
> Practically speaking, this means:
>  If you change one or more zone files, once you are happy
>  with your changes, do 'git commit -a' and describe what
>  you changed, in the format:
>  Subject
>  <blank line>
>  Details
> I'd certainly like to see someone pick up the task of doing a more
> comprehensive job!

FYI: I did this some time ago on /var/named/chroot and created a
/chroot symlink for convenience. We should probably merge the two. I
also put this stuff in the excludes for that repo:

Feel free to look at that repo and merge in the changes.

Jeff Schroeder

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