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arm - Terminal Tor status monitor
The anonymizing relay monitor (arm) is a terminal status monitor for Tor relays, intended for command-line aficionados, ssh connections, and anyone stuck with a tty terminal. This works much like top does for system usage, providing real time statistics for: * bandwidth, cpu, and memory usage * relay's current configuration * logged events * connection details (ip, hostname, fingerprint, and consensus data) * etc Defaults and interface properties are configurable via a user provided configuration file (for an example see the provided armrc.sample). Releases and information are available at http://www.atagar.com/arm.
-i, --interface [ADDRESS:]PORT tor control port arm should attach to (default is 127.0.0.1:9051) -c, --config CONFIG_PATH user provided configuration file (default is ~/.arm/armrc) -d, --debug writes all arm logs to ~/.arm/log -b, --blind disable connection lookups (netstat, lsof, and ss), dropping the parts of the interface that rely on this information -e, --event EVENT_FLAGS flags for tor, arm, and torctl events to be logged (default is N3) d DEBUG a ADDRMAP k DESCCHANGED s STREAM i INFO f AUTHDIR_NEWDESCS g GUARD r STREAM_BW n NOTICE h BUILDTIMEOUT_SET l NEWCONSENSUS t STATUS_CLIENT w WARN b BW m NEWDESC u STATUS_GENERAL e ERR c CIRC p NS v STATUS_SERVER j CLIENTS_SEEN q ORCONN DINWE tor runlevel+ A All Events 12345 arm runlevel+ X No Events 67890 torctl runlevel+ U Unknown Events -v, --version provides version information -h, --help provides usage information
~/.arm/armrc Your personal arm configuration file /usr/share/doc/arm/armrc.sample Sample armrc configuration file that documents all options
Written by Damian Johnson (email@example.com) 27 August 2010 arm(1)