Structure containing all resource records for a domain name
Including the derived NSEC3, if present
* pointer to a dname containing the name.
* Usually points to the owner name of the first RR of the first RRset
* Usually, the name is a pointer to the owner name of the first rr for
* this name, but sometimes there is no actual data to point to,
* for instance in
* names representing empty nonterminals. If so, set alloced to true to
* indicate that this data must also be freed when the name is freed
* The rrsets for this name
* NSEC pointing to the next name (or NSEC3 pointing to the next NSEC3)
* signatures for the NSEC record
* Unlike what the name is_glue suggests, this field is set to true by
* ldns_dnssec_zone_mark_glue() or ldns_dnssec_zone_mark_and_get_glue()
* when the name, this dnssec_name struct represents, is occluded.
* Names that contain other occluded rrsets and records with glue on
* the delegation point will NOT have this bool set to true.
* This field should NOT be read directly, but only via the
* ldns_dnssec_name_is_glue() function!
* pointer to store the hashed name (only used when in an NSEC3 zone
typedef struct ldns_struct_dnssec_name ldns_dnssec_name;
Singly linked list of rrs
typedef struct ldns_struct_dnssec_rrs ldns_dnssec_rrs;
Singly linked list of RRsets
typedef struct ldns_struct_dnssec_rrsets ldns_dnssec_rrsets;
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Licensed under the BSD License. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
ldns_dnssec_zone_new, ldns_dnssec_name_new, ldns_dnssec_rrs_new, ldns_dnssec_rrsets_new. And perldoc Net::DNS, RFC1034, RFC1035, RFC4033, RFC4034 and RFC4035.
This manpage was automatically generated from the ldns source code.
The man pages ldns_dnssec_name(3), ldns_dnssec_rrs(3) and ldns_dnssec_rrsets(3) are aliases of ldns_dnssec_zone(3).