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       nsd-checkconf - NSD configuration file checker.


       nsd-checkconf   [-v]  [-h]  [-o  option]  [-z  zonename]  [-s  keyname]


       nsd-checkconf reads a configuration file. It  prints  parse  errors  to
       standard  error,  and  performs  additional checks on the contents. The
       configfile format is described in nsd.conf(5).

       The utility of this program is to check a config file for errors before
       using it in nsd(8) or zonec(8). This program can also be used for shell
       scripts to access the nsd config file, using the -o and -z options.


       -v     After reading print the options to standard output in configfile
              format.  Without  this  option, only success or parse errors are

       -h     Print usage help information and exit.

       -o option
              Return only this option from the config file. This option can to
              be  used  in  conjunction with the -z option.  The special value
              zones prints out a list of configured zones.

              This option is primarily used by nsdc to parse the  config  file
              from  the shell. If the -z option is given, but the -o option is
              not given, nothing is printed.

       -s keyname
              Prints the key secret (base64 blob) configured for this  key  in
              the  config  file.  Used  to help shell scripts parse the config

       -z zonename
              Return the option specified with -o for zone ’zonename’.

              If this option is not given, the server section  of  the  config
              file  is  used.   This option is primarily used by nsdc to parse
              the config file from the shell.

              The -o, -s and -z option print configfile  options  to  standard


              default NSD configuration file


       nsd(8), nsdc(8), nsd.conf(5), nsd-notify(8), nsd-patch(8), nsd-xfer(8),


       NSD was written by NLnet Labs and  RIPE  NCC  joint  team.  Please  see
       CREDITS file in the distribution for further details.