[Opendnssec-user] What should happen when you change the policy for a zone

Carlos M. Martinez carlos at lacnic.net
Thu Jan 27 11:43:19 UTC 2011

Hi Sion,

I faced similar issues during my testing period of OpenDNSSEC. Could you
provide us with some advice on how to implement a policy change in order
to avoid this issue?

warm regards

Carlos Martinez

On 1/27/11 9:29 AM, Sion Lloyd wrote:
> On Wednesday 26 Jan 2011 10:16:39 AM Rickard Bellgrim wrote:
>> On 19 jan 2011, at 23.28, Sebastian Castro wrote:
>>> Back to the original subject: This test should work or not? Is
>>> OpenDNSSEC prepared for a policy change for a zone?
>> It should work.
>> Sion, could you have a look on this?
> Sorry it took me a while to get time to look at this. It should work... Could 
> you send me your kasp.db (off-list) and I'll see what is going on.
> I suspect that it is stopping the roll because there are no ready keys on the 
> new policy, but not promoting any keys because there is a ready key on the 
> zone... In other words it might be a consequence of the state of keys on the 
> zone at the time that you changed the policy.
> Cheers,
> Sion
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