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Manual Reference Pages  -  DNSCHECK (1)

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NAME

dnscheck - DNSCheck Tool

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

dnscheck [options] zone

Options:



 --help                brief help message
 --debug               enable debugging. use twice for dns packet dump.
 --raw                 raw log output, suitable for automatic processing
 --configdir           directory to look for config files in
 --sitedir             directory to look for site-specific config in
 --configfile          specify a configuration file
 --siteconfigfile      specify a file to read site config from
 --policyfile          specify a policy file
 --sitepolicyfile      specify a file to read site-specific policy from
 --localefile          specify a file to read locale from
 --locale              specify a locale to be used
 --nameserver          specify glue data as the name of a nameserver, or as
                       a name followed by a slash and its IP address. This
                       option can be given several times to specify multiple
                       servers or multiple IP addresses for the same name.
 --history             specify delegation history. Give the nameserver names
                       as a comma-separated list.
 --test=<test>         Specify which of the whole-zone tests to run. Currently
                       available are: zone, connectivity, consistency,
                       dnssec, delegation and soa.

 More specific options override less specific ones. If you, for example, give
 both C<--configdir> and C<--sitepolicyfile> all config will be read from files
 in the directory given in the first option, except for site-specific policy
 changes which will be read from the given file.

 The locales available for use with the C<--locale> switch at the time being
 are sv and en. en is the default.



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