bind-users Digest, Vol 334, Issue 1
pkrash at exegy.com
Tue Nov 3 16:43:14 UTC 2009
Kevin Darcy wrote:
>I'm also wary of declaring the same range in multiple match lists (once
>asserted, then negated everywhere else), since that means if the
>numeric value of the range changes, you have multiple places to
update, >and you could miss one.
Here are two friends to help not miss one:
e.g. subnet moves from 10.42. to 10.43
sed -i 's/10.42/10.43/g' *
perl -pi -w -e 's#10\.42#10\.43#g;' *
Plus, the remaining .rev files will have to be renamed with the new
Of course, the standard disclaimer applies. Global chnage scripts
commands are *highly* dangerous if you are not 100%+ sure that no files
contain strings that you do not want to change.
Thanks again for this great list!
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