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Default Clamd terminating too quickly?

After updating ISPConfig3 to and Clamav to 0.86 I'm getting this message every 5 minutes in the syslog...

Apr 4 12:30:50 server clamd: clamd: client (pid 23269) exited with 1 status
Apr 4 12:30:52 server clamd: clamd: client (pid 23272) exited with 1 status
Apr 4 12:30:54 server clamd: clamd: client (pid 23275) exited with 1 status
Apr 4 12:30:56 server clamd: clamd: client (pid 23278) exited with 1 status
Apr 4 12:30:58 server clamd: clamd: client (pid 23281) exited with 1 status
Apr 4 12:30:58 server clamd: clamd: terminating too quickly, waiting 300 seconds

Anyone know what this means?
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