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Date:  Fri, 8 Sep 2006 17:26:17 -0400 (EDT)
From:  "Brian N. Smith" <brian (at mark)>
Subject:  [coba-e:06804] Re: Change secondary DNS to primary
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>> Brian N. Smith wrote:
>>>> How easy is it to change a backup DNS record to a primary
>> on BQ/CentOS?
>>>> Situation ... we have a server that acts as backup DNS
>> server for a
>>>> server that has died.
>>>> I want to change the backup DNS server to primary for the domain.
>>>> There are a lot of entries and I want to save having to
>> type them all
>>>> in again ;)
>>> You can use the "" that is installed on your
>> server.  For
>>> more information you can read this link:
>>> Brian
> I agree - I have used it a number of times when upgrading servers. This
> is more of a 'is it possible' kind of question ;)

The answer is YES.  The solution is that script.

Step by step.

Copy zones to temp directory
remove secondary dns via gui
import using script.

Good luck!