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NAME

       ods-kaspcheck - Performs a sanity check of the policy for OpenDNSSEC

SYNOPSIS

       ods-kaspcheck [-c path -k path]

DESCRIPTION

       The OpenDNSSEC XML configuration files (conf.xml and kasp.xml) offer the user many options
       to configure the OpenDNSSEC signing system. Some syntactic constraints are placed  on  the
       configuration  by  the  .rng  definition  (for  example, whether an element is required or
       optional), but some semantic constraints cannot be defined this way (for example, if NSEC3
       is used to secure the zone, then a consistent DNSKEY algorithm choice should be made).

       ods-kaspcheck  is  provided  to check that the configuration files (conf.xml and kasp.xml)
       are semantically sane and contain no inconsistencies. It is advisable to use this tool  to
       check your configuration before starting to use OpenDNSSEC.

OPTIONS

       -c, --conf path
              Path to an OpenDNSSEC configuration file

              (defaults to /etc/opendnssec/conf.xml)

       -k, --kasp path
              Path to KASP policy file

              (defaults to the path given in the configuration file)

       -v, --version
              Display version information

       -h, -?, --help
              Show the help screen

SEE ALSO

       ods-control(8),   ods-enforcerd(8),   ods-enforcer(8),   ods-hsmspeed(1),  ods-hsmutil(1),
       ods-signer(8),      ods-signerd(8),      ods-timing(5),      ods-kasp,      opendnssec(7),
       http://www.opendnssec.org/

AUTHORS

       ods-kaspcheck was written by Alex Dalitz and Nominet as part of the OpenDNSSEC project.