This command will print out information about circuits, streams and/or address mappings, and continue listening for circuit and stream events. If you just want the current state, use --once to exit after the initial state is dumped out.

If you don’t want circuits, pass --no-circuits (-c). Similarily, there are --no-streams (-s), --no-guards (-g) and --no-addr (-a) options.

For even more information, --verbose (-v).

You can also include log messages by passing --log-level=INFO (-l).


$ carml monitor
$ carml monitor --no-guards --log-level=WARN
$ carml monitor -sga