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       autotrust -  automated updates of DNSSEC trust anchors.


       autotrust [-c configfile] [-d] [-h] [-v verbosity]


       autotrust  is  a  standalone  application that automatically updates DNSSEC trust anchors.
       These can be used for DNSSEC aware resolvers like Unbound or BIND9. It is  compliant  with
       RFC  5011, with the exception of query intervals and retry times. In order to follow these
       time recommendations, autotrust should run as a daemon.  It  is  to  be  called  from  the
       commandline once in a while, or from a cron job.


       All the configurations need to be set in the configuration file. For more information, see
       the autotrust.conf.sample.

       -c configfile
              Use this configfile.

       -d     Run as daemon.

       -h     Print help information and exit.

       -v verbosity
              Specify a verbosity level. Setting it to  zero  will  produce  no  output.  Default
              verbosity  level  is  1.  If  verbosity is given in the configfile, the commandline
              value will be overrided.


              default configuration file.

       /var/lib/autotrust/autotrust.state default file to store trust anchor state.


       autotrust will log all notifications and problems to the specified logfile. If no  logfile
       was  specified,  output  is  directed  to  stderr. If autotrust is not daemonized, it will
       perform a single active refresh and will return zero code if the refresh was  successfull,
       1 otherwise.


       autotrust was written by NLnet Labs.


       Bugreports can be send to See TODO for more information.