This is the command ldns-notify that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
ldns-notify - notify DNS servers that updates are available
ldns-notify [options] -z zone servers
ldns-notify sends a NOTIFY message to DNS servers. This tells them that an updated zone is
available at the master servers. It can perform TSIG signatures and it can add a SOA
serial number of the updated zone. If a server already has that serial number it will
disregard the message.
The zone that is updated.
-h Show usage and exit
-v Show the version and exit
Append a SOA record indicating the serial number of the updated zone.
Use port as destination port (default the DNS port 53) for the UDP packets.
Use the given TSIG key and base64-data to sign the NOTIFY. Uses the hmac-md5
-d Print verbose debug information. The query that is sent and the query that is
-r num Specify the maximum number of retries before notify gives up trying to send the UDP
The program exits with a 0 exit code if all servers replied an acknowledgement to the
notify message, and a failure exit code otherwise.
Use ldns-notify online using onworks.net services