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NAME

       ods-hsmutil - OpenDNSSEC HSM utility

SYNOPSIS

       ods-hsmutil [-c config] [-v] command [options]

DESCRIPTION

       The  ods-hsmutil utility is mainly used for debugging or testing. It is
       designed to interact directly with your HSM and can be used to manually
       list,  create  or  delete keys. It can also be used to perform a set of
       basics HSM tests. Be careful before creating  or  deleting  keys  using
       ods-hsmutil,  as  the  changes  are  not  synchronized  with  the  KASP
       Enforcer.

       The  repositories  are  configured  by  the  user  in  the   OpenDNSSEC
       configuration   file.  The  configuration  contains  the  name  of  the
       repository, the token label, the user PIN, and the path to  its  shared
       library.

COMMANDS

       list [repository]
              List the keys that are available in all or one repository

       generate repository rsa keysize
              Generate a new RSA key with the given keysize in the repository

       remove id
              Delete the key with the given id

       purge repository
              Delete all keys in one repository

       dnskey id name
              Create  a  DNSKEY  RR  for the given owner name based on the key
              with this id

       test repository
              Perform a number of tests on a repository

       info   Show detailed information about all repositories

OPTIONS

       -c config
              Path to an OpenDNSSEC configuration file

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

       -h     Show the help screen

       -v     Output more information by increasing the verbosity level

SEE ALSO

       ods-auditor(1),  ods-control(8),   ods-enforcerd(8),   ods-hsmspeed(1),
       ods-kaspcheck(1),    ods-ksmutil(1),   ods-signer(8),   ods-signerd(8),
       ods-timing(5), opendnssec(7), http://www.opendnssec.org/

AUTHORS

       ods-hsmutil was written by Jakob Schlyter as  part  of  the  OpenDNSSEC
       project.