krfcheck man page

krfcheck — Check a DNSSEC-Tools keyrec file for problems and inconsistencies

Synopsis

krfcheck [-zone | -set | -key] [-count] [-quiet]
         [-verbose] [-Version] [-help] keyrec-file

Description

This script checks a keyrec file for problems, potential problems, and inconsistencies.

Recognized problems include:

·
no zones defined

The keyrec file does not contain any zone keyrecs.
·
no sets defined

The keyrec file does not contain any set keyrecs.
·
no keys defined

The keyrec file does not contain any key keyrecs.
·
unknown zone keyrecs

A set keyrec or a key keyrec references a non-existent zone keyrec.
·
missing key from zone keyrec

A zone keyrec does not have both a KSK key and a ZSK key.
·
missing key from set keyrec

A key listed in a set keyrec does not have a key keyrec.
·
expired zone keyrecs

A zone has expired.
·
mislabeled key

A key is labeled as a KSK (or ZSK) and its owner zone has it labeled as the opposite.
·
invalid zone data values

A zone's keyrec data are checked to ensure that they are valid. The following conditions are checked: existence of the zone file, existence of the KSK file, existence of the KSK and ZSK directories, the end-time is greater than one day, and the seconds-count and date string match.
·
invalid key data values

A key's keyrec data are checked to ensure that they are valid. The following conditions are checked: valid encryption algorithm, key length falls within algorithm's size range, random generator file exists, and the seconds-count and date string match.

Recognized potential problems include:

·
imminent zone expiration

A zone will expire within one week.
·
odd zone-signing date

A zone's recorded signing date is later than the current system clock.
·
orphaned keys

A key keyrec is unreferenced by any set keyrec.
·
missing key directories

A zone keyrec's key directories (kskdirectory or zskdirectory) does not exist.

Recognized inconsistencies include:

·
key-specific fields in a zone keyrec

A zone keyrec contains key-specific entries. To allow for site-specific extensibility, krfcheck does not check for undefined keyrec fields.
·
zone-specific fields in a key keyrec

A key keyrec contains zone-specific entries. To allow for site-specific extensibility, krfcheck does not check for undefined keyrec fields.
·
mismatched zone timestamp

A zone's seconds-count timestamp does not match its textual timestamp.
·
mismatched set timestamp

A set's seconds-count timestamp does not match its textual timestamp.
·
mismatched key timestamp

A key's seconds-count timestamp does not match its textual timestamp.

Options

-zone
Only perform checks of zone keyrecs. This option may not be combined with the -set or -key options.
-set
Only perform checks of set keyrecs. This option may not be combined with the -zone or -key options.
-key
Only perform checks of key keyrecs. This option may not be combined with the -set or -zone options.
-count
Display a final count of errors.
-quiet
Do not display messages. This option supersedes the setting of the -verbose option.
-verbose
Display many messages. This option is subordinate to the -quiet option.
-Version
Displays the version information for krfcheck and the DNSSEC-Tools package.
-help
Display a usage message.

Author

Wayne Morrison, tewok@tislabs.com

See Also

cleankrf(8), fixkrf(8), lskrf(1), zonesigner(8)

Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::keyrec.pm(3)

file-keyrec(5)

Info

2015-06-30 perl v5.24.0 User Contributed Perl Documentation