key.cache.count always 0?

Yuri yvoinov at
Sat Aug 25 00:04:25 UTC 2018

Wwwwwww. Opens man:

	      The  number  of  items in	the key	cache.	These are DNSSEC keys,
	      one item per delegation point, and their validation status.

It should increases when validator properly configured and running.

25.08.2018 05:57, nusenu пишет:
> Yuri via Unbound-users:
>>  # unbound-control stats|grep key.cache.count
>> key.cache.count=1274
>> 25.08.2018 05:16, nusenu via Unbound-users пишет:
>>> Hi,
>>> unlike the other counters 'key.cache.count' (stats output) is
>>> always 0. Does that mean there is something wrong with it?
>> Yes. Most probably your unbound daemon has no permissions to write key
>> or directory contains it.
> it isn't supposed to write the key cache to disk, is it? (caches are in memory, no?)

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