hast

hast

HAST stands for 'Hosting Account Status Tool'. HAST is a tool for fetching domains from Apache configuration files and from Postfix on a hosting server environment. It will then run a report, checking the DNS records for each domain to see if they match your server. This is important for finding "dead" domains where the domain either doesn't exist anymore or where the owner have moved it to another hosting provider. Before you can use HAST, you need to setup a config.yml file. Run 'hast --generate-config > config.yml' to create a sample config file that you can modify.

Rubygem hast

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2010-04-21 22:00:00 UTC
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2010-02-16 23:00:00 UTC
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