Commit 65c09d51 authored by Tinderbox User's avatar Tinderbox User
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regen master

parent fba207e5
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<span class="command"><strong>fstrm-set-buffer-hint</strong></span>: The <span class="command"><strong>fstrm-set-buffer-hint</strong></span>: The
threshold number of bytes to accumulate in the output threshold number of bytes to accumulate in the output
buffer before forcing a buffer flush. The minimum is buffer before forcing a buffer flush. The minimum is
1024, the maximum is 65536, and the default is 8096. 1024, the maximum is 65536, and the default is 8192.
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<span class="command"><strong>fstrm-set-flush-timeout</strong></span>: The number <span class="command"><strong>fstrm-set-flush-timeout</strong></span>: The number
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<span class="command"><strong>dnssec-keymgr</strong></span>, has been added. This tool <span class="command"><strong>dnssec-keymgr</strong></span>, has been added. This tool
is meant to run unattended (e.g., under <span class="command"><strong>cron</strong></span>). is meant to run unattended (e.g., under <span class="command"><strong>cron</strong></span>).
It reads a policy definition file It reads a policy definition file
(default: <code class="filename">/etc/dnssec.policy</code>) (default <code class="filename">/etc/dnssec-policy.conf</code>)
and creates or updates DNSSEC keys as necessary to ensure that a and creates or updates DNSSEC keys as necessary to ensure that a
zone's keys match the defined policy for that zone. New keys are zone's keys match the defined policy for that zone. New keys are
created whenever necessary to ensure rollovers occur correctly. created whenever necessary to ensure rollovers occur correctly.
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<span class="command"><strong>dnssec-keymgr</strong></span>, has been added. This tool <span class="command"><strong>dnssec-keymgr</strong></span>, has been added. This tool
is meant to run unattended (e.g., under <span class="command"><strong>cron</strong></span>). is meant to run unattended (e.g., under <span class="command"><strong>cron</strong></span>).
It reads a policy definition file It reads a policy definition file
(default: <code class="filename">/etc/dnssec.policy</code>) (default <code class="filename">/etc/dnssec-policy.conf</code>)
and creates or updates DNSSEC keys as necessary to ensure that a and creates or updates DNSSEC keys as necessary to ensure that a
zone's keys match the defined policy for that zone. New keys are zone's keys match the defined policy for that zone. New keys are
created whenever necessary to ensure rollovers occur correctly. created whenever necessary to ensure rollovers occur correctly.
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