Provided by: upstart-monitor_1.12.1-0ubuntu4_all bug

NAME

       upstart-monitor - Display system and session Upstart events

SYNOPSIS

       upstart-monitor [OPTIONS]...

DESCRIPTION

       upstart-monitor  displays  Upstart  system events or Upstart session events using either a
       command-line or graphical interface.

OPTIONS

       -d destination , --destination=destination
              Specify  the  endpoint  to  connect  to.  Valid  destinations  are  session-socket,
              session-bus, system-socket and system-bus.

       --help Show brief usage summary.

       -n , --no-gui
              Run in command-line mode.

       -s , --separator
              Specify  alternate  field  separator  to  use for command-line output (default is a
              single tab character).

NOTES

       ·   By default, upstart-monitor will attempt to start in a graphical mode unless  --no-gui
           is  specified.  However,  if  it  is  unable to display a graphical interface, it will
           display a warning message and automatically revert to the command-line interface.

       ·   When  no  command-line  option  (that   affects   the   destination)   is   specified,
           upstart-monitor   will   attempt   to   connect   to  the  Session  Init  (destination
           session-socket) and display session events. In this mode, it will display both session
           events and system events, assuming the upstart-event-bridge(8) is running.

           If  invoked  with  no  arguments from within a non-Upstart session environment it will
           attempt to connect to Upstart running as process ID  1  (destination  system-bus)  and
           will only display system events.

AUTHOR

       Written by James Hunt <james.hunt@ubuntu.com>

BUGS

       Report bugs at <https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/upstart/+bugs>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2013 Canonical Ltd.

       This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO

       init(5) init(8) upstart-events(7) upstart-event-bridge(8)