Provided by: libldns-dev_1.7.0-3ubuntu8_amd64
ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset, ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig - functions for ldns_dnssec_trust_tree
#include <stdint.h> #include <stdbool.h> #include <ldns/ldns.h> ldns_dnssec_trust_tree* ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new(void); void ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree); size_t ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree); ldns_dnssec_trust_tree* ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree( ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *rr); ldns_status ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, ldns_rr_list *keys); void ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print(FILE *out, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, size_t tabs, bool extended); ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm(); ldns_status ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent(ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *tree, const ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *parent, const ldns_rr *parent_signature, const ldns_status parent_status); void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_sig_rr); void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_rr, ldns_rr *cur_sig_rr); void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain, ldns_rr *cur_rr); void ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig( ldns_dnssec_trust_tree *new_tree, ldns_dnssec_data_chain *data_chain);
ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_new() Creates a new (empty) dnssec_trust_tree structure Returns ldns_dnssec_trust_tree * ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_free() Frees the dnssec_trust_tree recursively There is no deep free; all data in the trust tree consists of pointers to a data_chain tree: The tree to free ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_depth() returns the depth of the trust tree tree: tree to calculate the depth of Returns The depth of the tree ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree() Generates a dnssec_trust_tree for the given rr from the given data_chain This does not clone the actual data; Don't free the data_chain before you are done with this tree *data_chain: The chain to derive the trust tree from *rr: The RR this tree will be about Returns ldns_dnssec_trust_tree * ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_contains_keys() Returns OK if there is a trusted path in the tree to one of the DNSKEY or DS RRs in the given list \param *tree The trust tree so search \param *keys A ldns_rr_list of DNSKEY and DS rrs to look for Returns LDNS_STATUS_OK if there is a trusted path to one of the keys, or the *first* error encountered if there were no paths ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print() Prints the dnssec_trust_tree structure to the given file stream. If a link status is not LDNS_STATUS_OK; the status and relevant signatures are printed too *out: The file stream to print to tree: The trust tree to print tabs: Prepend each line with tabs*2 spaces extended: If true, add little explanation lines to the output ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_print_sm() ldns_dnssec_trust_tree_add_parent() Adds a trust tree as a parent for the given trust tree *tree: The tree to add the parent to *parent: The parent tree to add *parent_signature: The RRSIG relevant to this parent/child connection parent_status: The DNSSEC status for this parent, child and RRSIG Returns LDNS_STATUS_OK if the addition succeeds, error otherwise ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_normal_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for a 'normal' rrset new_tree: The trust tree that we are building data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree cur_sig_rr: The currently relevant signature ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_dnskey_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for DNSKEY rrsets new_tree: The trust tree that we are building data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree cur_rr: The currently relevant DNSKEY RR cur_sig_rr: The currently relevant signature ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_ds_rrset() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used for DS rrsets new_tree: The trust tree that we are building data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree cur_rr: The currently relevant DS RR ldns_dnssec_derive_trust_tree_no_sig() Sub function for derive_trust_tree that is used when there are no signatures new_tree: The trust tree that we are building data_chain: The data chain containing the data for the trust tree
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ldns_dnssec_data_chain, ldns_dnssec_trust_tree. And perldoc Net::DNS, RFC1034, RFC1035, RFC4033, RFC4034 and RFC4035.
This manpage was automatically generated from the ldns source code by use of Doxygen and some perl. 30 May 2006 ldns(3)