NsRecordProps

class aws_cdk.aws_route53.NsRecordProps(*, zone, comment=None, delete_existing=None, record_name=None, ttl=None, values)

Bases: RecordSetOptions

Construction properties for a NSRecord.

Parameters
  • zone (IHostedZone) – The hosted zone in which to define the new record.

  • comment (Optional[str]) – A comment to add on the record. Default: no comment

  • delete_existing (Optional[bool]) – Whether to delete the same record set in the hosted zone if it already exists (dangerous!). This allows to deploy a new record set while minimizing the downtime because the new record set will be created immediately after the existing one is deleted. It also avoids “manual” actions to delete existing record sets. .. epigraph:: N.B.: this feature is dangerous, use with caution! It can only be used safely when deleteExisting is set to true as soon as the resource is added to the stack. Changing an existing Record Set’s deleteExisting property from false -> true after deployment will delete the record! Default: false

  • record_name (Optional[str]) – The domain name for this record. Default: zone root

  • ttl (Optional[Duration]) – The resource record cache time to live (TTL). Default: Duration.minutes(30)

  • values (Sequence[str]) – The NS values.

ExampleMetadata

infused

Example:

# my_zone: route53.HostedZone


route53.NsRecord(self, "NSRecord",
    zone=my_zone,
    record_name="foo",
    values=["ns-1.awsdns.co.uk.", "ns-2.awsdns.com."
    ],
    ttl=Duration.minutes(90)
)

Attributes

comment

A comment to add on the record.

Default

no comment

delete_existing

Whether to delete the same record set in the hosted zone if it already exists (dangerous!).

This allows to deploy a new record set while minimizing the downtime because the new record set will be created immediately after the existing one is deleted. It also avoids “manual” actions to delete existing record sets. .. epigraph:

**N.B.:** this feature is dangerous, use with caution! It can only be used safely when
``deleteExisting`` is set to ``true`` as soon as the resource is added to the stack. Changing
an existing Record Set's ``deleteExisting`` property from ``false -> true`` after deployment
will delete the record!
Default

false

record_name

The domain name for this record.

Default

zone root

ttl

The resource record cache time to live (TTL).

Default

Duration.minutes(30)

values

The NS values.

zone

The hosted zone in which to define the new record.