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  • The <input type> and <output type> fields specify what kind of adaptor should be configured for the zone. Valid values are 'File' (default) and 'DNS' for both input and output:
    • When using a 'File' adaptor the <input> field specifies the location of the unsigned zone and the <output> field specifies the location of the signed zone
    • When using a 'DNS' adaptos adaptor the <input> and <output> fields specify the location of the xml file that describes the adapter to be used e.g. {prefix}/etc/opendnssec/addns.xml
  • Defaults are provided for all options but zone name:
    • --policy will use the 'default' policy
    • --signerconf will default to use the {prefix}/var/opendnssec/signerconf/<zone>.xml file
    • --input will default to {prefix}/var/opendnssec/unsigned/<zone> (Note - this currently always assumes a 'File' adaptor. There is no default for a 'DNS' adaptor)
    • --in-type will default to 'File'
    • --output will default to {prefix}/var/opendnssec/signed/<zone> <zone> (Note - this currently always assumes a 'File' adaptor. There is no default for a 'DNS' adaptor)
    • --out-type will default to 'File'
       
  • The "no-xml" flag is useful when adding a number of zones; it prevents zonelist.xml from being written to thus speeding up the process. If the "no-xml" flag is used then after all the zones have been added then the zonelist file will need to be updated via the command:

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