ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new man page

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig

Synopsis

#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

#include <ldns/ldns.h>

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree* ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new(void);

void ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree);

size_t ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree);

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree* ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree( ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *rr);

ldns_status ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, ldns_rr_list *keys);

void ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print(FILE *out, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, size_t tabs, bool extended);

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm();

ldns_status ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, const ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *parent, const ldns_rr *parent_signature, const ldns_status parent_status);

void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_sig_rr);

void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_rr, ldns_rr *cur_sig_rr);

void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_rr);

void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain);

Description

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new() Creates a new (empty) dnssec_trust_tree structure

Returns ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free() Frees the dnssec_trust_tree recursively

There is no deep free; all data in the trust tree consists of pointers to a data_chain

tree: The tree to free

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth() returns the depth of the trust tree

tree: tree to calculate the depth of
Returns The depth of the tree

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree() Generates a dnssec_trust_tree for the given rr from the given data_chain

This does not clone the actual data; Don't free the data_chain before you are done with this tree

*data_chain: The chain to derive the trust tree from
*rr: The RR this tree will be about
Returns ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys() Returns OK if there is a trusted path in the tree to one of the DNSKEY or DS RRs in the given list

\param *tree The trust tree so search \param *keys A ldns_rr_list of DNSKEY and DS rrs to look for

Returns LDNS_STATUS_OK if there is a trusted path to one of the keys, or the *first* error encountered if there were no paths

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print() Prints the dnssec_trust_tree structure to the given file stream.

If a link status is not LDNS_STATUS_OK; the status and relevant signatures are printed too

*out: The file stream to print to
tree: The trust tree to print
tabs: Prepend each line with tabs*2 spaces
extended: If true, add little explanation lines to the output

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm()

ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent() Adds a trust tree as a parent for the given trust tree

*tree: The tree to add the parent to
*parent: The parent tree to add
*parent_signature: The RRSIG relevant to this parent/child connection
parent_status: The DNSSEC status for this parent, child and RRSIG
Returns LDNS_STATUS_OK if the addition succeeds, error otherwise

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for a 'normal' rrset

new_tree: The trust tree that we are building
data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree
cur_sig_rr: The currently relevant signature

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for DNSKEY rrsets

new_tree: The trust tree that we are building
data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree
cur_rr: The currently relevant DNSKEY RR
cur_sig_rr: The currently relevant signature

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for DS rrsets

new_tree: The trust tree that we are building
data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree
cur_rr: The currently relevant DS RR

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used when there are no signatures

new_tree: The trust tree that we are building
data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree

Author

The ldns team at NLnet Labs. Which consists out of Jelte Jansen and Miek Gieben.

Reporting Bugs

Please report bugs to ldns-team@nlnetlabs.nl or in our bugzilla at http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/bugs/index.html

See Also

ldns_dnssec_data_chain, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree. And perldoc Net::DNS, RFC1034, RFC1035, RFC4033, RFC4034 and RFC4035.

Remarks

This manpage was automaticly generated from the ldns source code by use of Doxygen and some perl.

Referenced By

ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree(3), ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset(3), ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset(3), ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset(3), ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig(3), ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent(3), ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys(3), ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth(3), ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free(3), ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print(3) and ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm(3) are aliases of ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new(3).

30 May 2006