Commands tagged route53 (2)

  • Frustrated with the manual domain migration process AWS has, I unsuccessfully tried to install cli53, route53-transfer. I instead wrote this oneliner to ease the export (which is not supported via the AWS console ATM). The output can be easily pasted into the "Import Hosted Zone" dialog in Route53. SOA/NS records are excluded since they cannot be automatically imported. Show Sample Output


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    echo -e "\$ORIGIN\tumccr.org.\n\$TTL\t1h\n" && aws route53 list-resource-record-sets --hosted-zone-id Z1EEXAMPLE9SF3 | jq -r '.ResourceRecordSets[] | [.Name, .Type, .ResourceRecords[0].Value] | join("\t")' - | grep -vE "NS|SOA"
    brainstorm · 2018-06-15 01:19:21 0

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    eval `cli53 list |grep Name | sed "s/\.$//g" | awk '{printf("echo %s; cli53 export %s > %s;\n", $2, $2, $2);}'`
    cfb · 2015-07-21 14:16:30 1

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