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CVS commit: wip/opendnssec

Module name:    wip
Committed by:   pettai
Date:           Fri Oct  2 21:29:02 UTC 2009

Modified Files:
        wip/opendnssec: Makefile PLIST

Log Message:
* kasp_check command added to check the conf.xml and kasp.xml
  configuration files for sanity and consistency
* communicated and keygend combined to form "enforcerd" (although this
  name will change).
* ksmutil command line changes. Most commands have changed slightly, some
  have changed lots.
  See .
* enforcer database now has a version number. If it differs from a #define
  in the code then the software will not connect to the database.
* "ksmutil list keys" now displays the keytag if the -l flag is passed to it.
* "Emergency Keys" renamed to "Standby Keys" as this better reflects their
   role as we use them.
* The behaviour of SOA Serial value 'counter' changed according to Ticket #31.
* changes to the KASP DB, please apply:
  If want to use your old database, use the following commands to upgrade:
    sqlite3 <PATH_TO_ENFORCER.DB> < enforcer/utils/migrate_090922_1.sqlite3
    sqlite3 <PATH_TO_ENFORCER.DB> < enforcer/utils/migrate_090930_1.sqlite3
  Or start fresh (with loss of information. User should remove old keys
  from the HSM):
    ksmutil setup
* move xml/ to conf/ (part of repository clean)

* Make sure that parenthesis in zonefiles don't concatenate rdata fields.

Known issues:
* TCP-support for LDNS on Solaris is currently broken due to an issue with
  SO_RCVTIMEO. The result is that the zonefetcher doesn't work. No other parts
  of OpenDNSSEC is affected by this bug. There is currently no workaround.

To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.2 -r1.3 wip/opendnssec/PLIST
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.6 -r1.7 wip/opendnssec/Makefile

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