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Unknown option 'managed-keys' - =?UTF-8?Q?why=3F?=

Hi.

Excuse my English.

And sorry if it's an stupid question.

I'm trying to configure DNSSEC in my server.

And after trying using Fedora 7 and CentOS 5, I'm still getting the error
message "unknown option 'managed-keys'".

I've checked in 'man named.conf' and I couldn't found the option.

But despite that I think I'm doing something really stupid, but I can't
find what.

And, yes, I put that option into named.conf file, just below options
block:

options {
    # some options here
};

managed-keys {
    # my key
};

....

[]s
Alexander
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