Sean Boran - 2013-09-10


I've just started using webmin as a GUI front end for Bind. It will allows some bind configurations to be changed by non-expert users, which is great.

It would be nice if Webmin could be told to check in any files changed into git, since it could allow a rollback if needed, and the git log would provide a history of changes.
It there way to hook in a script that executed after a webmin bind change?

Example: a user adds a record to a Bind zone file in Webmin, which updates the relevant file in /var/bind. After save the change and restart bind, the hook script is run, and the changes in /var/bind committed to git locally.