Provided by: libval-bin_2.0-4_amd64
dt-getname - command-line test program for the val_getnameinfo() function
dt-getname [options] address
This utility is a command-line wrapper around the val_getnameinfo() function. It invokes the val_getnameinfo() function with the given command-line arguments and displays the returned host and service information for the given node name, with a validation status value. The exit status for this program is 1 if the answer received is trusted, 2 if the answer received is validated, and -1 for an error. The program returns 0 if no validation was performed or if the result was neither trusted nor validated. The trusted and validated status values are obtained using the val_istrusted() and val_isvalidated() functions from libval(3).
-p, --port Use the supplied port. If a port is specified, service information is not looked up. -F Use the NI_NOFQDN flag. -H Use the NI_NUMERICHOST flag. -N Use the NI_NAMEREQD flag. -S Use the NI_NUMERICSERV flag. -D Use the NI_DGRAM flag. -o, --output=<debug-level>:<dest-type>[:<dest-options>] <debug-level> is 1-7, corresponding to syslog levels ALERT-DEBUG <dest-type> is one of file, net, syslog, stderr, stdout <dest-options> depends on <dest-type> file:<file-name> (opened in append mode) net[:<host-name>:<host-port>] (127.0.0.1:1053 syslog[:facility] (0-23 (default 1 USER)) -h, --help Display the help and exit.
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Abhijit Hayatnagarkar, Suresh Krishnaswamy, Robert Story, Michael Baer
val_getnameinfo(3) libval(3) http://www.dnssec-tools.org