Provided by: dnssec-tools_2.0-1_all
Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::tooloptions - DNSSEC-Tools option routines.
use Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::tooloptions; @specopts = ("propagate+", "waittime=i"); %opts = opts_cmdline($restoreargv,@calleropts); $optsref = opts_cmdopts(@specopts); %options = %$optsref; $zoneref = opts_zonekr($keyrec_file,$keyrec_name,@specopts); %zone_kr = %$zoneref; opts_setcsopts(@specopts); opts_createkrf(); opts_suspend(); opts_restore(); opts_drop(); opts_reset(); opts_gui(); opts_nogui(); $oldaction = opts_onerr(1); opts_onerr(0);
DNSSEC-Tools supports a set of options common to all the tools in the suite. These options may be set from DNSSEC-Tools defaults, values set in the dnssec-tools.conf configuration file, in a keyrec file, from command-specific options, from command-line options, or from any combination of the five. In order to enforce a common sequence of option interpretation, all DNSSEC-Tools should use the tooloptions.pm routines to initialize their options. tooloptions.pm routines combine data from the aforementioned option sources into a hash table. The hash table is returned to the caller, which will then use the options as needed. The command-line options are saved between calls, so a command may call tooloptions.pm routines multiple times and still have the command-line options included in the final hash table. This is useful for examining multiple keyrecs in a single command. Inclusion of command-line options may be suspended and restored using the opts_suspend() and opts_restore() calls. Options may be discarded entirely by calling opts_drop(); once dropped, command-line options may never be restored. Suspension, restoration, and dropping of command-line options are only effective after the initial tooloptions.pm call. The options sources are combined in this order: 1. DNSSEC-Tools Defaults The DNSSEC-Tools defaults, as defined in conf.pm are put into a hash table, with the option names as the hash key. 2. DNSSEC-Tools Configuration File The system-wide DNSSEC-Tools configuration file is read and these option values are added to the option collection. Again, the option names are used as the hash key. 3. keyrec File If a keyrec file was specified, then the keyrec named by keyrec_name will be retrieved. The keyrec's fields are added to the hash table. Any field whose keyword matches an existing hash key will override any existing values. 4. Command-Specific Options Options specific to the invoking commands may be specified in @specopts. This array is parsed by Getoptions() from the Getopt::Long Perl module. These options are folded into the hash table; possibly overriding existing hash values. The options given in @specopts must be in the format required by Getoptions(). 5. Command-Line Options The command-line options are parsed using Getoptions() from the Getopt::Long Perl module. These options are folded into the hash table; again, possibly overriding existing hash values. The options given in @specopts must be in the format required by Getoptions(). A reference to the hash table created in these steps is returned to the caller.
dnssec-tools.conf has these entries: ksklength 2048 zsklength 1024 example.keyrec has this entry: key "Kexample.com.+005+12345" zsklength "2048" zonesigner is executed with this command line: zonesigner -zsklength 4096 -wait 3600 ... example.com opts_zonekr("example.keyrec","Kexample.com.+005+12345",("wait=i")) will read each option source in turn, ending up with: ksklength 1024 zsklength 4096 wait 600
opts_cmdline($restoreargv,@calleropts) This routine parses a command line looking for the arguments in the standard set of options and an optional set of options specified by the caller. If the first argument is true, the program-wide @ARGV is restored after parsing. If the caller provides other arguments, they're added as additional options. The parsed options are returned to the caller in a hash. opts_cmdopts(@csopts) The opts_cmdopts() call builds an option hash from the system configuration file, a keyrec, and a set of command-specific options. A reference to this option hash is returned to the caller. If $keyrec_file is given as an empty string, then no keyrec file will be consulted. In this case, it is assumed that $keyrec_name will be left out altogether. If a non-existent $keyrec_file is given and opts_createkrf() has been called, then the named keyrec file will be created. opts_createkrf() must be called for each keyrec file that must be created, as the tooloptions keyrec-creation state is reset after tooloptions() has completed. opts_zonekr($keyrec_file,$keyrec_name,@csopts) This routine returns a reference to options gathered from the basic option sources and from the zone keyrec named by $keyrec_name, which is found in $keyrec_file. The keyrec fields from the zone's KSK and ZSK are folded in as well, but the key's keyrec_ fields are excluded. This call ensures that the named keyrec is a zone keyrec; if it isn't, undef is returned. The keyrec file is read with keyrec_read(). To ensure it is properly read, keyrec_close() is called first. The $keyrec_file argument specifies a keyrec file that will be consulted. The keyrec named by the $keyrec_name argument will be loaded. If a keyrec file is found and opts_createkrf() has been previously called, then the keyrec file will be created if it doesn't exist. If $keyrec_file is given as "", then the command-line options are searched for a -krfile option. If $keyrec_name is given as "", then the name is taken from $ARGV. The @specopts array contains command-specific arguments; the arguments must be in the format prescribed by the Getopt::Long Perl module. If the command line contains the -dtconfig option, then opts_zonekr() sets that option to be the configuration file. It then parses that file and uses it as the source for configuration file data. opts_setcsopts(@csopts) This routine saves a copy of the command-specific options given in @csopts. This collection of options is added to the @csopts array that may be passed to tooloptions.pm routines. opts_createkrf() Force creation of an empty keyrec file if the specified file does not exist. This may happen on calls to opts_zonekr(). opts_suspend() Suspend inclusion of the command-line options in building the final hash table of responses. opts_restore() Restore inclusion of the command-line options in building the final hash table of responses. opts_drop() Discard the command-line options. They will no longer be available for inclusion in building the final hash table of responses for this execution of the command. opts_reset() Reset an internal flag so that the command-line arguments may be re-examined. This is usually only useful if the arguments have been modified by the calling program itself. opts_gui() Set an internal flag so that command arguments may be specified with a GUI. GUI usage requires that Getopt::GUI::Long is available. If it isn't, then Getopt::Long will be used. opts_nogui() Set an internal flag so that the GUI will not be used for specifying command arguments. opts_onerr(exitflag) Set an internal flag indicating what should happen if an invalid option is specified on the command line. If exitflag is non-zero, then the process will exit on an invalid option; if it is zero, then the process will not exit. The default action is to report an error without exiting. The old exit action is returned.
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Wayne Morrison, firstname.lastname@example.org
zonesigner(8) Getopt::Long(3) Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::conf(3), Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::defaults(3), Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::keyrec(3) Net::DNS::SEC::Tools::keyrec(5)