ZoneMaster is a tool for zone file and name server management. It consists of a library that can configure BIND and a Web-based user interface that is used to access the data that is stored in a database. A bootstrap script allows you to initialize the database with all necessary information retrieved from an existing configuration. All modifications are saved as jobs in the database, and a job handler makes the necessary changes from time to time. The user interface is based on XSLT-stylesheets and can be easily modified.
|Tags||Internet DNS Software Development Libraries Perl Modules|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Better support for slave zones, revokation of jobs, use of CSS 2.0 in XSL stylesheets, and lots of bugfixes and code optimization.
Release Notes: Minor changes and bugfixes were made. The CPAN modules originated from this project are now used, and support for the change-root operation mode of Bind 9 was added. A new script for (re-)creating Bind9 configuration files from the database was included.
Release Notes: This release brings a much easier installation and smoother operation. Improvements include performance, usability, and the internal software architecture. Several bugs could be fixed and a lot of testing took place.
Release Notes: Internal changes were made, along with another improvement to the persistance mechanism. Support for an unlimited number of slave servers was added, the Web-based user interface was optimized, and a bug in the SOA editiing was fixed. The job handler now increments the serial number automatically.
Release Notes: Support was added for the include statement in named.conf. Support for $INCLUDE, $ORIGIN, and $TTL in zonefiles was added. The persistance mechanism was radically redesigned. Various code optimizations were made. Additional GUI functionality was added.