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The following first captures the file names in named.conf and places them into a hash. It then globs the zonefiles' directory, and attempts to find each listed file from that directory in the hash. If the file name's not in the hash, it's pushed onto @unlistedFiles for later processing:

use strict; use warnings; my ( %named_conf, @unlistedFiles ); open my $fh, '<', 'named.conf' or die $!; /\s+file\s+"([^"]+)/ and $named_conf{$1}++ for <$fh>; close $fh; chdir 'zonefiles' or die $!; !defined $named_conf{$_} and push @unlistedFiles, $_ for <db.*>; print "$_\n" for @unlistedFiles;

Files in zonefiles directory:

db.127.0.0 db.cache db.what db.why

Output using your named.conf:

db.what db.why

Hope this helps!

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

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