rollchk man page

rollchk — Check a DNSSEC-Tools rollrec file for problems and inconsistencies.

Synopsis

rollchk [-roll | -skip] [-count] [-quiet] [-verbose] [-help] rollrec-file

Description

This script checks the rollrec file specified by rollrec-file for problems and inconsistencies.

Types of Checks

There are four types of checks performed by rollchk: file checks, "raw" file checks, info rollrec checks, and rollrec checks. The checks are performed in that order, and if any of the group checks fail then rollchk exits.

File Checks

These checks determine basic information about the rollrec file itself. Recognized problems are:

·
non-existent rollrec file

The specified rollrec file does not exist.
·
non-regular rollrec file

The specified rollrec file is not a regular file.

Raw File Checks

These checks are performed directly on the file contents, rather than by using the rollrec.pm interfaces. Recognized problems are:

·
duplicated rollrec names

A rollrec name is not unique.

Info Rollrec Checks

These checks are performed to ensure the info rollrec is valid. Recognized problems are:

·
negative version

The version number in the info rollrec is less than 0.
·
overly large version

The version number in the info rollrec is greater than 2.
·
invalid version

The version number in the info rollrec is not 0, 1, or 2.

Rollrec Checks

These checks are performed after referencing the file contents with the the rollrec.pm interfaces. Recognized problems are:

·
no zones defined

No zones are defined in the specified rollrec file.
·
invalid KSK rollover phase

A zone has an invalid KSK rollover phase. These phases may be 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7; any other value is invalid.
·
mismatch in KSK timestamp data

A zone's KSK roll-seconds timestamp does not translate into the date stored in its roll-date string.
·
invalid ZSK rollover phase

A zone has an invalid ZSK rollover phase. These phases may be 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4; any other value is invalid.
·
mismatch in ZSK timestamp data

A zone's ZSK roll-seconds timestamp does not translate into the date stored in its roll-date string.
·
contemporaneous KSK and ZSK rollovers

A zone has a KSK rollover occurring at the same time as a ZSK rollover. A zone may only have one rollover phase be non-zero at a time.
·
in rollover without a phasestart

A zone is currently in rollover, but its rollrec record does not have a phasestart field.
·
empty administrator

A zone has an empty administrator field. This field must contain a non-empty data value. The value itself is not parsed for accuracy.
·
non-existent directory

Several checks are made for a zone's directory. If the zone has a directory specified, the directory must exist and it must be an actual directory.
·
invalid display flag

A zone has an invalid display flag. This flag may be 0 or 1; any other value is invalid.
·
non-positive maxttl

The maximum TTL value must be greater than zero.
·
zone file checks

Several checks are made for a zone's zone file. The zone file must exist, it must be a regular file, and it must not be of zero length.

If the file is not an absolute path and the file's rollrec has a directory entry, then the directory is prepended to the filename prior to performing any checks.
·
keyrec file checks

Several checks are made for a zone's keyrec file. The keyrec file must exist, it must be a regular file, and it must not be of zero length.

If the file is not an absolute path and the file's rollrec has a directory entry, then the directory is prepended to the filename prior to performing any checks.
·
zonename checks

Several checks are made for zonename. The zonename must maatch the SOA name in the zone file, and the zonename's keyrec record in its keyrec file must be a zone record.
·
empty zsargs

A zone has an empty zonesigner-arguments field. If this field exists, it must contain a non-empty data value. The value itself is not parsed for accuracy.

Options

-roll
Only display rollrecs that are active ("roll") records. This option is mutually exclusive of the -skip option.
-skip
Only display rollrecs that are inactive ("skip") records. This option is mutually exclusive of the -roll option.
-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 rollchk and the DNSSEC-Tools package.
-help
Display a usage message.

Author

Wayne Morrison, tewok@tislabs.com

See Also

lsroll(8), rollerd(8), rollinit(8)

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

file-rollrec(5), keyrec(8)

Info

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