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nslint

nslint is a lint-like program that checks DNS files for errors. DNS or Domain Name System generally maps names to IP addresses and E-mail addresses in a hierarchical fashion. Errors detected include missing trailing dots, illegal characters (RFC 1034), records without matching PTR records and vice-versa, duplicate names in a subnet, duplicate names for an address, names with cname records (RFC 1033), missing quotes, and unknown keywords.

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  •  05 Mar 2002 11:58

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  23 Nov 2001 11:21

      Release Notes: SRV records are now handled, TTL parsing problems have been fixed, and an 'ignore' option has been added.

      •  27 Mar 2001 06:27

        Release Notes: Missing trailing dots in certain special cases is allowed, zone names are included when checking NS records, and nslint.conf network keyword is documented.

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        05 May 2001 02:39 dananderson

        nslint packages for Linux and Solaris (x86 and sparc)
        I have nslint packages for this at:

        ftp://dan.drydog.com/pub/linux/ (RedHat RPM)
        and

        ftp://dan.drydog.com/pub/solaris/
        (both Solaris Intel and Solaris SPARC architectures).

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