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nyx(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual nyx(1)

nyx - Tor terminal status monitor

nyx [ OPTION]

Nyx is a command line interface for Tor (https://www.torproject.org/), providing detailed real-time relaying information for...

* bandwidth, cpu, and memory usage
* connection information
* tor configuration
* event logs
* etc
As a curses interface Nyx is particularly well suited for ssh connections, tty terminals, and command-line aficionados to check the status of tor.
Nyx can be customized through a configuration file located at ~/.nyx/config. For options see https://nyx.torproject.org/#configuration.

-i, --interface [ADDRESS:]PORT
tor control port we should attach to (default is 127.0.0.1:9051)
-s, --socket SOCKET_PATH
tor control socket we should attach to (default is /var/run/tor/control)
-c, --config CONFIG_PATH
user configuration preferences (default is ~/.nyx/config)
-d, --debug LOG_PATH
writes all nyx logs to the given location
-l, --log EVENTS
comma separated list of events to log
-v, --version
provides version information
-h, --help
provides usage information

~/.nyx/config
Your personal nyx configuration file
/usr/share/doc/nyx/nyxrc.sample
Sample nyxrc configuration file that documents all options

Written by Damian Johnson (atagar@torproject.org)
27 August 2010

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