tachk man page

tachk — Check the validity of the trust anchors in a named.conf file

Synopsis

tachk [options] <named.conf>

Description

tachk checks the validity of the trust anchors in the specified named.conf file. The output given depends on the options selected.

Note: This script may be removed in future releases.

Options

tachk takes two types of options: record-attribute options and output-style options. These option sets are detailed below.

Record-Attribute Options

These options define which trust anchor records will be displayed.

-valid
This option displays the valid trust anchors in a named.conf file.
-invalid
This option displays the invalid trust anchors in a named.conf file.

Output-Format Options

These options define how the trust anchor information will be displayed. Without any of these options, the zone name and key tag will be displayed for each trust anchor.

-count
The count of matching records will be displayed, but the matching records will not be.
-long
The long form of output will be given. The zone name and key tag will be displayed for each trust anchor.
-terse
This option displays only the name of the zones selected by other options.
-Version
Displays the version information for tachk and the DNSSEC-Tools package.
-help
Display a usage message.

Author

Wesley Griffin

(Current contact for tachk is Wayne Morrison, tewok@tislabs.com.)

See Also

trustman(8)

named.conf(5)

Info

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