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About: BIND 9.16 implements the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols for the Internet (see the Release Notes). Source code distribution.

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If the zone was originally added via ``rndc addzone``, then it will If the zone was originally added via ``rndc addzone``, then it will
be removed permanently. However, if it was originally configured in be removed permanently. However, if it was originally configured in
``named.conf``, then that original configuration is still in place; ``named.conf``, then that original configuration is still in place;
when the server is restarted or reconfigured, the zone will come when the server is restarted or reconfigured, the zone will come
back. To remove it permanently, it must also be removed from back. To remove it permanently, it must also be removed from
``named.conf`` ``named.conf``
See also ``rndc addzone`` and ``rndc modzone``. See also ``rndc addzone`` and ``rndc modzone``.
``dnssec`` [**-status** *zone* [*class* [*view*]] ``dnssec`` ( **-status** | **-checkds** [**-key** *id* [**-alg** *algorithm*]] [
Show the DNSSEC signing state for the specified zone. Requires the **-when** *time*] ( *published* | *withdrawn* )) *zone* [*class* [*view*]]
zone to have a "dnssec-policy". This command allows you to interact with the "dnssec-policy" of a given
zone.
``rndc dnssec -status`` show the DNSSEC signing state for the specified
zone.
``rndc dnssec -checkds`` will let ``named`` know that the DS for the given
key has been seen published into or withdrawn from the parent. This is
required in order to complete a KSK rollover. If the ``-key id`` argument
is specified, look for the key with the given identifier, otherwise if there
is only one key acting as a KSK in the zone, assume the DS of that key (if
there are multiple keys with the same tag, use ``-alg algorithm`` to
select the correct algorithm). The time that the DS has been published or
withdrawn is set to now, unless otherwise specified with the argument ``-when
time``.
``dnstap`` ( **-reopen** | **-roll** [*number*] ) ``dnstap`` ( **-reopen** | **-roll** [*number*] )
Close and re-open DNSTAP output files. ``rndc dnstap -reopen`` allows Close and re-open DNSTAP output files. ``rndc dnstap -reopen`` allows
the output file to be renamed externally, so that :manpage:`named(8)` can the output file to be renamed externally, so that :manpage:`named(8)` can
truncate and re-open it. ``rndc dnstap -roll`` causes the output file truncate and re-open it. ``rndc dnstap -roll`` causes the output file
to be rolled automatically, similar to log files; the most recent to be rolled automatically, similar to log files; the most recent
output file has ".0" appended to its name; the previous most recent output file has ".0" appended to its name; the previous most recent
output file is moved to ".1", and so on. If number is specified, then output file is moved to ".1", and so on. If number is specified, then
the number of backup log files is limited to that number. the number of backup log files is limited to that number.
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