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NAME

bind8_named2dlf - convert BIND8 named logs into dlf format

SYNOPSIS

bind8_named2dlf

DESCRIPTION

This script converts each line in a BIND8 named log to a dnszone dlf record. It is tested using Bind 8.2 logs. We're not aware of any changes in the logging format in any Bind 8.* version, we expect any bind 8.* log to get processed fine by this script.
The following lines are recognized:
approved/denied AXFR requests
completed zone transfers
loaded master and slave zones
denied dynamic DNS updates

DLF format

The DLF format of the dnszone superservice is
server
Name of the DNS server
time
Timestamp for the request
axfr_host
IP address of the host requesting the AXFR
axfr_zone
Name of the zone being requested
axfr_what
approved, denied or axfr
loaded_zone
Name of the zone just loaded
loaded_serial
Serial of the zone just loaded
loaded_role
master or slave
updatedenied_host
IP address of the host requesting the update
updatedenied_zone
Name of the zone being updated
Due to the nature of the different meanings of the lines in the logfile (not every line has both a AXFR-request, loaded a zone and gotten an update request), one or more fields can be replaced by a 0 or a -. These fields are automaticly filtered out for the different kind of reports.
Example of DLF lines are:
AXFR approved
tim 1026644876 10.10.10.1 algron.com approved - 0 - - -
update denied
tim 1026645567 - - - - 0 - 10.in-addr.arpa 10.199.16.218
master zone loaded
tim 1026525210 - - - nigelbowen.com.au 2002071301 master - -

EXAMPLES

To process a log as produced by bind8:
 $ bind8_named2dlf < named-log
bind8_named2dlf will be rarely used on its own, but is more likely called by lr_log2report:
 $ lr_log2report bind8_named < /var/log/named

SEE ALSO

bind8-query2dlf(1) bind9-query2dlf(1)

VERSION

$Id: bind8_named2dlf.in,v 1.7 2004/10/13 10:17:27 vanbaal Exp $

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2002 Edwin Groothuis <edwin@mavetju.org>
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AUTHOR

Edwin Groothuis <edwin@mavetju.org>
2006-07-23 Lire 2.1.1