Export BIND data to CSV file.

I have BIND running on Ubuntu.
How can I export all my DNS zones and records in zones as a CSV file?
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
Easy to do. Just change blanks to commas + I'm unsure what you might do with this .csv file after it's created.

You can't really use it as a zone file anymore.

Likely describing what you're trying to do with your resulting .csv file will provide folks enough info to provide suggestions.

I've been working with zone files since 1994 + can't think of a time I've ever converted one to a .csv file.

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ciscosuppAuthor Commented:
I want to import the .csv file into Infoblox
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