named - trailing garbage

Hi all,

We have a lot of following entries in our syslog, produced each 1-2 seconds:

Nov  5 16:28:04 named[12484]: [ID 866145 daemon.debug] Nov 05 16:28:04.611general: debug 1: message has 1 byte(s) of trailing garbage
Nov  5 16:28:10 named[12484]: [ID 866145 daemon.debug] Nov 05 16:28:10.191general: debug 1: message has 1 byte(s) of trailing garbage
Nov  5 16:28:11 named[12484]: [ID 866145 daemon.debug] Nov 05 16:28:11.197general: debug 1: message has 1 byte(s) of trailing garbage

Any body can tell me why this ocurre ?

It only ocurre on the primary dns server.

Thanks
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gheistCommented:
It does no harm, just someone sent strange request, specify less logging for bind to get rid of it, or run traffic dumper to get actual requests
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