dnstap-read - Man Page

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

-m

This option indicates trace memory allocations, and is used for debugging memory leaks.

-p

This option prints the text form of the DNS message that was encapsulated in the dnstap frame, after printing the dnstap data.

-x

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.

-y

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

Info

9.16.16-RH BIND 9