|-s zone||add the given zone DNSBL name to the list of active zones.|
|add list of zones from the named zone-file to the list of active zones (the file specifies one zone as the first word on a line, empty lines and lines starting with # character are ignored).|
|-c||reset active zone list.|
|-v||be more verbose, produce more detailed output.|
|-q||the opposite for -v -- produce less detailed output.|
|-t||obtain text for listed addresses.|
|Use the given nameserver (given as IPv4 or IPv6 address) instead of the default. The same effect may be achieved by setting $NSCACHEIP environment variable.|
stop after first hit, ie after the first address which is found to be
print short help and exit.
When no addresses given are listed and no errors occured, rblcheck exits with code 0. If at least one address is listed, rblcheck returns 100. In case of DNS errors, rblcheck returns 2.
$RBLCHECK_ZONES if no -s, -S or -c option is given, rblcheck tries this variable to obtain list of DNSBL zones to check against.
$HOME/.rblcheckrc and /etc/rblcheckrc if no -s, -S or -c option is given, and no $RBLCHECK_ZONES environment variable is set, rblcheck will try the two files (the first one that exists) to obtain list of DNSBL zones to check against. Each line specifies one zone (only first word in each line is used). Empty lines and lines starting with # character are ignored.
This program and manual pages are written by Michael Tokarev.
|User Utilities||RBLCKECK (1)||Apr 2005|