Renames, disabled or re-enables a DNS zone.

This command can be used to adjust the settings of a DNS zone, identified by the --domain flag followed by a zone name, and --host flag followed by the name of the system it was hosted on.

To lock a zone so that it can no longer be queried, use the --disable flag. To remove the lock, use the --enable flag. To change the name of a domain, use the --new-domain flag followed by the new name.

If run from the command line or remotely by root the --owner flag must also be given, followed by the name of a system owner who is allowed to provision DNS zones.

Example usage

  cloudmin modify-dns-zone --domain --host lentor.home --owner kvmprovision.home --disable
  OK: host=lentor.home

Command Line Help

cloudmin modify-dns-zone --domain name
                         --host name
                        [--owner name]
                        [--disable | --enable]
                        [--new-domain name]