> On 7 Mar 2018, at 3:48 am, Tony Finch <d...@dotat.at> wrote:
> Prof. Dr. Michael Schefczyk <mich...@schefczyk.net> wrote:
>> The issue is that normal permissions in the key-directory are root:bind
>> 0644 for the public key and root:bind 0600 for the private key. The
>> issue disappears when setting the private key to 0644 also and that must
>> be done before starting bind - before using nsupdate is not enough.
>> Do you know if these permissions are standard or a consequence of
>> starting DNSSEC via webmin?
> By default, `dnssec-keygen` creates private keys with perms 0600, so if
> you run it under a different user than `named`, you need to `chmod g+r`.
> You might also need to `chgrp`, but I put my keys in a g+s directory.
> This is somewhat tiresome. (If webmin has specific support for DNSSEC, I
> would expect it to `chmod` if necessary.)
Or chown as necessary. The user named is running under has to be able to
read the files.
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