fedmsg-tail(1) listen to the fedmsg bus and print the received messages


fedmsg-tail [--terse|--pretty|--really-pretty|--query QUERY_STRING] [--topic TOPIC] [--exclude REGEXP] [--include REGEXP] [--users USERS] [--packages PACKAGES] [<common fedmsg options>]

fedmsg-tail [-h|--help]


fedmsg-tail connects to all the configured enpoints on the bus, filters the messages according to the filter options, and pretty-prints them to the standard output according to the formatting options.


-h, --help
Print an help message and exit


--topic TOPIC
The topic pattern to listen for. Everything by default.
--exclude REGEXP
Only show topics that do not match the supplied regexp.
--include REGEXP
Only show topics that match the supplied regexp.
--users USERS
A comma-separated list of usernames. Show only the messages related to these users.
--packages PACKAGES
A comma-separated list of packages. Show only the messages related to these packages.


Print "english" representations of messages only.
Pretty print the JSON messages.
Extra-pretty print the JSON messages.
Displays only message contents matching the QUERY_STRING instead of everything.


--io-threads IO_THREADS
Number of io threads for 0mq to use
--topic-prefix TOPIC_PREFIX
Prefix for the topic of each message sent.
--post-init-sleep POST_INIT_SLEEP
Number of seconds to sleep after initializing.
--config-filename CONFIG_FILENAME
Config file to use.
Simply print out the configuration and exit. No action taken.
--timeout TIMEOUT
Timeout in seconds for any blocking zmq operations.
--high-water-mark HIGH_WATER_MARK
Limit on the number of messages in the queue before blocking.
--linger ZMQ_LINGER
Number of milliseconds to wait before timing out connections.


The Fedora Infrastructure team <[email protected]>
Wrote the fedmsg software.
Nicolas Dandrimont <[email protected]>
Wrote this manpage for the Debian system.


Copyright © 2014 Nicolas Dandrimont

This manual page was written for the Debian system (and may be used by others).

You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

On Debian systems, a copy of the license can be found in the /usr/share/common-licenses/LGPL-2.1 file.