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       key.dns_resolver - upcall for request-key to handle dns_resolver keys


       /sbin/key.dns_resolver <key>
       /sbin/key.dns_resolver --dump-config [-c <configfile>]
       /sbin/key.dns_resolver -D [-v] [-v] [-c <configfile>] <desc>


       This  program is invoked by request-key on behalf of the kernel when kernel services (such
       as NFS, CIFS and AFS) want to perform a hostname lookup and the kernel does not  have  the
       key cached.  It is not ordinarily intended to be called directly.

       There  program  has internal parameters that can be changed with a configuration file (see
       key.dns_resolver.conf(5) for more information).  The  default  configuration  file  is  in
       /etc, but this can be overridden with the -c flag.

       The  program  can be called in debugging mode to test its functionality by passing a -D or
       --debug flag on the command line.  For this to work, the key description and  the  callout
       information  must  be  supplied.   Verbosity  can be increased by supplying one or more -v

       The program may also be called with --dump-config to show  the  values  that  configurable
       parameters will have after parsing the config file.


       All errors will be logged to the syslog.


       key.dns_resolver.conf(5), request-key.conf(5), keyrings(7), request-key(8)