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DNSTAP-READ(1) BIND 9 DNSTAP-READ(1)

NAME

dnstap-read - print dnstap data in human-readable form

SYNOPSIS

dnstap-read [-m] [-p] [-x] [-y] {file}

DESCRIPTION

dnstap-read reads dnstap data from a specified file and prints it in a human-readable format. By default, dnstap data is printed in a short summary format, but if the -y option is specified, a longer and more detailed YAML format is used.

OPTIONS

This option indicates trace memory allocations, and is used for debugging memory leaks.
This option prints the text form of the DNS message that was encapsulated in the dnstap frame, after printing the dnstap data.
This option prints a hex dump of the wire form of the DNS message that was encapsulated in the dnstap frame, after printing the dnstap data.
This option prints dnstap data in a detailed YAML format.

SEE ALSO

named(8), rndc(8), BIND 9 Administrator Reference Manual.

AUTHOR

Internet Systems Consortium

COPYRIGHT

2021, Internet Systems Consortium

2021-04-19 9.16.15-Debian