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ods-timing(5)							OpenDNSSEC timinig						     ods-timing(5)

NAME
ods-timing - OpenDNSSEC timing specification SYNOPSIS
/etc/opendnssec/conf.xml /etc/opendnssec/kasp.xml /etc/opendnssec/zonelist.xml DESCRIPTION
The configuration files of OpenDNSSEC need to have timing descriptions, notably for periods. These descriptions follow ISO 8601 with exceptions for the duration of a month and a year, as these periods would be allowed to vary if ISO 8601 were strictly adhered to. Durations are represented by the format P[n]Y[n]M[n]DT[n]H[n]M[n]S. In these representations, the [n] is replaced by the value for each of the date and time elements that follow the [n]. Leading zeros are not required. The capital letters P, Y, M, W, D, T, H, M and S are desig- nators for each of the date and time elements and are not replaced P is the duration designator (historically called "period") placed at the start of the duration representation. Y is the year designator that follows the value for the number of years. M is the month designator that follows the value for the number of months. W is the week designator that follows the value for the number of weeks. D is the day designator that follows the value for the number of days. T is the time designator that precedes the time components of the representation. H is the hour designator that follows the value for the number of hours. M is the minute designator that follows the value for the number of minutes. S is the second designator that follows the value for the number of seconds. For example, P3Y6M4DT12H30M5S represents a duration of "three years, six months, four days, twelve hours, thirty minutes, and five sec- onds". Date and time elements including their designator may be omitted if their value is zero, and lower order elements may also be omit- ted for reduced precision. For example, P23DT23H and P4Y are both acceptable duration representations. EXCEPTION
A year or month vary in duration depending on the current date. For OpenDNSSEC, we assume fixed values One month is assumed to be 31 days. One year is assumed to be 365 days. This exception may or may not change in future releases of OpenDNSSEC. The reason for making this exception is to avoid complicating this software in a way that may not meet any practical need. SEE ALSO
ods-auditor(1), ods-control(8), ods-enforcerd(8), ods-hsmspeed(1), ods-hsmutil(1), ods-kaspcheck(1), ods-ksmutil(1), ods-signer(8), ods-signerd(8), opendnssec(7), ISO 8601, http://www.opendnssec.org/ AUTHORS
OpenDNSSEC was made by the OpenDNSSEC project, to be found on http://www.opendnssec.org/ OpenDNSSEC February 2010 ods-timing(5)

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ods-enforcerd(8)					     OpenDNSSEC ods-enforcerd						  ods-enforcerd(8)

NAME
ods-enforcerd - OpenDNSSEC Policy Enforcer daemon SYNOPSIS
ods-enforcerd [-c FILE] [-d] [-1] [-P PIDFILE] [-v] [-h] DESCRIPTION
ods-enforcerd is part of the OpenDNSSEC software. It will enforce any policies that you have set up for zones under the control of OpenDNSSEC (including the generation of keys if configured to). For more information, go to http://www.opendnssec.org and visit the Docu- mentation page. Invoked with no arguments, ods-enforcerd will read the default configuration file /etc/opendnssec/conf.xml and act according to its con- tents. OPTIONS
-c FILE Use alternate conf.xml. -d Run in debug mode. -1 Run once, then exit. -P PIDFILE Use alternate process-id file. -v Print the version, then exit. -h Show help, then exit. SIGNALS
The ods-enforcerd can be controlled using the ods-control utility. Signals may also be used. SIGHUP ods-enforcerd runs on a schedule defined in conf.xml; this signal will interrupt that and force the daemon to wake up. SIGINT, SIGTERM Force the daemon to stop (if it is running it will finish what it is doing first). CONFIGURATION
The configuration of ods-enforcerd is contained in the conf.xml file; the options available are described in the OpenDNSSEC documentation. DIAGNOSTICS
will log all the problems via the standard syslog(8) daemon facility. FILES
/etc/opendnssec/conf.xml default configuration file. /var/run/opendnssec/zone_fetcher.pid default process-id file. SEE ALSO
ods-auditor(1), ods-control(8), ods-hsmspeed(1), ods-hsmutil(1), ods-kaspcheck(1), ods-ksmutil(1), ods-signer(8), ods-signerd(8), ods-tim- ing(5), opendnssec(7), http://www.opendnssec.org/ AUTHORS
ods-enforcerd was written by John Dickinson and Nominet as part of the OpenDNSSEC project. OpenDNSSEC February 2010 ods-enforcerd(8)
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