DNS::Oterica::Hub - the center of control for a DNS::Oterica system
The hub is the central collector of DNS::Oterica data. All new entries are given to the hub to collect. The hub takes care of preventing duplicates and keeping data synchronized.
This is the name of the family whose hosts will be used for NS records for hosts and in SOA lines.
This is the email address to be used as the contact point in SOA lines.
my $new_domain = $hub->domain($name => \%arg); my $domain = $hub->domain($name);
This method will return a domain found by name, or if
\%arg is given, will create a new domain.
If no domain is found and
\%arg is not given, an exception is raised.
\%arg is given for a domain that already exists, an exception is raised.
my $net = $hub->network($name);
This method finds the named network and returns it. If no network for the given name is registered, an exception is raised.
my @net = $hub->networks;
my $net = $hub->add_network(\%arg);
This registers a new network, raising an exception if one already exists for the given name.
my $host = $hub->host($domain_name, $hostname); my $new_host = $hub->host($domain_name, $hostname, \%arg);
This method will find or create a host, much like the
This method will return a list of all nodes registered with the system.
Warning: at present this will return only hosts.
my $family = $hub->node_family($family_name);
This method will return the named familiy. If no such family exists, an exception will be raised.
my @families = $hub->node_families;
This method will return all node families. (These are set up during hub initialization.)
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