Arm (anonymizing relay monitor) is an open source and free command-line application that provides a terminal status monitor for the Tor project.
Arm is intended for command-line enthusiast, SSH connections, and anyone else that uses a TTY terminal to monitor stuff. It can be easily compared with the top command-line program for monitoring system usage.
The software provides real time statistics for bandwidth, CPU, memory usage, relay's current configuration, logged events, and connection details, such as IP, fingerprint, hostname, and consensus data.
Arm is a platform-independent application that supports Linux (Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, Slackware), as well as FreeBSD.
- fix: unrecognized authentication methods (like 'SAFECOOKIE') would make arm crash (caught by E)
- fix: providing users a log message when DisableDebuggerAttachment breaks us
- fix: crashing issue when parsing tor log entries from leap years (fix by Sebastian, ticket)
- fix: major terminal glitches related to the import of the readline module (caught by Stephan Seitz)
- fix: adding OSX (and probably BSD) support for pwd lookups (thanks to Sebastian, ticket)
- fix: unnecessary validation warnings for DirReqStatistics with new tor versions (caught by Sebastian, ticket)
- fix: better validation for path component of circuit-staus output (ticket)
- fix: checking that the auth cookie is 32 bytes before reading (caught by rransom, ticket)
- fix: tor process detection on Mac/FreeBSD/OpenBSD broken due to different variant of ps (caught thanks to a test system from Jordi Espasa Clofent)
- fix: using only lsof for OpenBSD connection queries (caught thanks to a test system from Jordi Espasa Clofent)
- fix: torrc v...