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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, then a longer and
       more detailed YAML format is used instead.

OPTIONS
       -m     Trace memory allocations;	used for debugging memory leaks.

       -p     After printing the dnstap	data, print the	text form of  the  DNS
	      message that was encapsulated in the dnstap frame.

       -x     After  printing  the  dnstap  data, print	a hex dump of the wire
	      form of the DNS message that  was	 encapsulated  in  the	dnstap
	      frame.

       -y     Print dnstap data	in a detailed YAML format.

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

AUTHOR
       Internet	Systems	Consortium

COPYRIGHT
       2020, Internet Systems Consortium

9.16.6				  2020-08-10			DNSTAP-READ(1)

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