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Yet another way..

use strict; use warnings; # Putting all of the zonefiles lised in named.conf into an array my $srce = "named.conf.brian"; open(my $FH, $srce) or die "Failed to open file $srce ($!)"; my @files = map { /"([^"]*)/; # get the filename $1 } grep { /^\s*file / } <$FH>; close($FH); # Putting listing of all of the files in ~/zonefiles directory into a +n array # Assigning variable to directory my $directory = "~/zonefiles"; opendir(D, "$directory") || die "Can't opendir $directory: $!\n"; my @list = grep { $_ !~ m/^(\.|\.\.)$/ } readdir(D); closedir(D); # Make hashes of the lists my %configured = map { $_ => 1 } @files; my %existing = map { $_ => 1 } @list; print "Missing zone files:\n"; foreach my $file (@files) { next if($existing{$file}); print "\t$file\n"; } print "Unconfigured zone files:\n"; foreach my $file (@list) { next if($configured{$file}); print "\t$file\n"; }

In reply to Re: Compare zone files in directory with what is listed in named.conf by ig
in thread Compare zone files in directory with what is listed in named.conf by brianjb

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