Question about managed-keys-zone
Jeremy C. Reed
jreed at isc.org
Fri Apr 8 13:36:48 UTC 2016
On Fri, 8 Apr 2016, Bhangui, Sandeep - BLS CTR wrote:
> '--enable-newstats' '--with-libxml2' '--enable-fullreport' 'CFLAGS=-O2
Unrelated to your problem, but the --enable-newstats configure switch is
not used for BIND 9.10.
> 1. Cannot seem to start named and it seems that it is looking for some
> keys to validation locally.
(I reordered your email some:)
> Apr 7 15:15:32 cfdnsquar01 named: isc_stdio_open
> '/usr/local/named-jail9.10.3P4/var/adm/named.log' failed: file not
> Apr 7 15:15:32 cfdnsquar01 named: configuring logging: file not
> Apr 7 15:15:32 cfdnsquar01 named: loading configuration: file
> not found
> Apr 7 15:15:32 cfdnsquar01 named: exiting (due to fatal error)
Your named cannot start due to logging configuration. You didn't share
your configuration elated to it, but does the directory
> I believe managed-key-zone validation is by default enabled in
> Bind......is there an option that I can use in named.conf file to
> disable that so that it does not look for the key......I guess this is
> just a self-validation on the master itself and has nothing to do with
> DNSSEC signing as it seems I am not even able to get the named up...
Yes, it is unrelated.
> I guess question is do I have an option that I can specify such that
> it will not look for self-validation keys at all so that I do not have
> to deal with rndc.key and rndc.conf or is this something I cannot get
> by with when I use "views" ? Or am I not understanding this properly?
The rndc keys (used for connecting to the control interface) are
unrelated to the keys used with DNSSEC. But for operations it is a good
idea. See the ARM and/or rndc-confgen manpage about generating the rndc
Let's get your named startup working first before we work on your goal.
(If I understand correctly, you want named to serve internally unsigned
zones, an external appliance will sign the zones, and then named can
then serve the signed zones publicly.)
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