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zkt-ls(8) zkt-ls(8)

zkt-ls — list dnskeys

zkt-ls -H
zkt-ls [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-adefhkLprtz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
zkt-ls -T [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
 
zkt-ls --list-trustedkeys [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
zkt-ls -M [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
 
zkt-ls --list-managedkeys [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
zkt-ls -K [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhkrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]
 
zkt-ls --list-dnskeys [-V|--view view] [-c file] [-l list] [-dhkrz] [{keyfile|dir} ...]

The zkt-ls command list all dnssec zone keys found in the given or predefined default directory. It is also possible to specify keyfiles (K*.key) as arguments. With option -r subdirectories will be searched recursively and all dnssec keys found are listed, sorted by domain name, key type and generation time. In that mode the use of option -p may be helpful to find the location of the keyfile in the directory tree.
Other forms of the command, print out keys in a format suitable for a trusted- or managed-key section (-Tor-M) or as a DNSKEY (-K) resource record.

-V view, --view=view
Try to read the default configuration out of a file named dnssec-<view>.conf . Instead of specifying the -V or --view option every time, it is also possible to create a hard or softlink to the executable file to give it an additional name like zkt-ls-<view> .
-c file, --config=file
Read default values from the specified config file. Otherwise the default config file is read or build in defaults will be used.
-O optstr, --config-option=optstr
Set any config file option via the commandline. Several config file options could be specified at the argument string but have to be delimited by semicolon (or newline).
-l list, --label=list
Print out information solely about domains given in the comma or space separated list. Take care of, that every domain name has a trailing dot.
-d, --directory
Skip directory arguments. This will be useful in combination with wildcard arguments to prevent dnsssec-zkt to list all keys found in subdirectories. For example "zkt-ls -d *" will print out a list of all keys only found in the current directory. Maybe it is easier to use "zkt-ls ." instead (without -r set). The option works similar to the -d option of ls(1).
-L, --left-justify
Print out the domain name left justified.
-k, --ksk
Select and print key signing keys only (default depends on command mode).
-z, --zsk
Select and print zone signing keys only (default depends on command mode).
-r, --recursive
Recursive mode (default is off).
 
Also settable in the dnssec.conf file (Parameter: Recursive).
-p, --path
Print pathname in listing mode. In -C mode, don't create the new key in the same directory as (already existing) keys with the same label.
-a, --age
Print age of key in weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds (default is off).
 
Also settable in the dnssec.conf file (Parameter: PrintAge).
-f, --lifetime
Print the key lifetime.
-e, --exptime
Print the key expiration time.
-t, --time
Print the key generation time (default is on).
 
Also settable in the dnssec.conf file (Parameter: PrintTime).
-h
No header or trusted-key resp. managed-key section header and trailer in -T or -M mode.

-H, --help
Print out the online help.
-T, --list-trustedkeys
List all key signing keys as a named.conf trusted-key section. Use -h to supress the section header/trailer.
-K, --list-dnskeys
List the public part of all the keys in DNSKEY resource record format. Use -h to suppress comment lines.

zkt-ls -r .
Print out a list of all zone keys found below the current directory.
zkt-ls -Z -c ""
Print out the compiled in default parameters.
zkt-ls -T ./zonedir/example.net
Print out a trusted-key section containing the key signing keys of "example.net".
zkt-ls --view intern
Print out a list of all zone keys found below the directory where all the zones of view intern live. There should be a seperate dnssec config file dnssec-intern.conf with a directory option to take affect of this.
zkt-ls-intern
Same as above. The binary file zkt-ls has another link, named zkt-ls-intern made, and zkt-ls examines argv[0] to find a view whose zones it proceeds to process.

ZKT_CONFFILE
Specifies the name of the default global configuration files.

/etc/namedb/dnssec.conf
Built-in default global configuration file. The name of the default global config file is settable via the environment variable ZKT_CONFFILE.
/etc/namedb/dnssec-<view>.conf
View specific global configuration file.
./dnssec.conf
Local configuration file (only used in -C mode).

Some of the general options will not be meaningful in all of the command modes.
 
The option -l and the ksk rollover options insist on domain names ending with a dot.

Holger Zuleger

Copyright (c) 2005 - 2010 by Holger Zuleger. Licensed under the BSD Licences. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

dnssec-keygen(8), dnssec-signzone(8), rndc(8), named.conf(5), zkt-conf(8), zkt-keyman(8), zkt-signer(8)
 
RFC4641 "DNSSEC Operational Practices" by Miek Gieben and Olaf Kolkman,
 
DNSSEC HOWTO Tutorial by Olaf Kolkman, RIPE NCC
 
(http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/dnssec_howto/)
February 25, 2010 ZKT 1.0

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