dkim-stats - output dkim-milter statistics
The dkim-stats utility reads from a dkim-filter statistics database and
dumps the data therein to standard output. It takes as its only
argument the path to this database. The dkim-filter statistics
gathering is disabled by default, but can be enabled through a
Statistics entry in /etc/dkim-filter.conf. This is currently an
undocumented feature of the dkim-milter package which must be enabled
by a compile-time option.
dkim-stats groups statistics output by domain and canonicalization.
Each line begins with a domain and a header/body canonicalization. The
canonicalization is currently the raw enumerated value taken from the
libdkim headers; for reference, 0 = simple, 1 = relaxed, and 2 = noswp.
This format looks like:
domain:x/x x pass/x fail, last v=x, l=x, a=x, date
For each line, the following statistics are shown:
number pass/number fail
Count of passes and failures
Most recent DKIM signature version seen; this is another integer
code starts at 0 and goes through 5, with higher numbers
representing more recent versions of the draft DKIM
A boolean indicating whether or not the most recent signed
message had an "l=" tag in its signature.
Most recent algorithm seen (0 = rsa-sha1; 1 = rsa-sha256)
date Last date a signed message was seen
gmail.com:1/1 212 pass/0 fail, last v=2, l=0, a=0, Sat May 5 17:42:58
gmail.com, using canonicalization relaxed/relaxed , has sent 212
messages that passed signature verification and 0 that failed. The
most recently seen signature version was 2 , the most recently seen
signature algorithm was rsa-sha1 , and the last message did not include
a length tag. The most recent message was seen on 2007/05/05 at
17:42:58 in the server’s local time zone.
The output of dkim-stats is subject to change. Please be aware of this
when upgrading to future releases, especially if you develop any
scripts that consume the output.
This man page covers the dkim-stats that shipped with version 2.8.0 of
This original version of this man page was contributed by Mike Markley
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project.
10 May 2007