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       can_logger - CAN data logger 3.0.0+github


       usage: python -m can.logger [-h] [-f LOG_FILE] [-v] [-c CHANNEL]

              [--filter ...] [-b BITRATE] [--active | --passive]

       Log CAN traffic, printing messages to stdout or to a given file.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -f LOG_FILE, --file_name LOG_FILE
              Path and base log filename, for supported types see can.Logger.

       -v     How much information do you want to see at the command line? You can add several of
              these e.g., -vv is DEBUG

       -c CHANNEL, --channel CHANNEL
              Most backend interfaces require some sort of channel.  For example with the  serial
              interface  the  channel might be a rfcomm device: "/dev/rfcomm0" With the socketcan
              interfaces valid channel examples include: "can0", "vcan0"

              Specify the backend CAN interface to use. If left blank, fall back to reading  from
              configuration files.

       --filter ...
              Comma   separated   filters   can   be  specified  for  the  given  CAN  interface:
              <can_id>:<can_mask> (matches when  <received_can_id>  &  mask  ==  can_id  &  mask)
              <can_id>~<can_mask> (matches when <received_can_id> & mask != can_id & mask)

       -b BITRATE, --bitrate BITRATE
              Bitrate to use for the CAN bus.

              Start the bus as active, this is applied the default.

              Start the bus as passive.