watchgnupg

       watchgnupg [--force] [--verbose] socketname

DESCRIPTION
       Most  of the main utilities are able to write their log files to a Unix
       Domain socket if configured that way.  watchgnupg is a simple  listener
       for  such  a  socket.   It ameliorates the output with a time stamp and
       makes sure that long lines are not interspersed with  log  output  from
       other utilities.  This tool is not available for Windows.

       watchgnupg is commonly invoked as

         watchgnupg --force ~/.gnupg/S.log

OPTIONS
       watchgnupg understands these options:

       --force
              Delete an already existing socket file.

       --tcp n
              Instead  of  reading from a local socket, listen for connects on
              TCP port n.

       --verbose
              Enable extra informational output.

       --version
              Print version of the program and exit.

       --help Display a brief help page and exit.

EXAMPLES
         $ watchgnupg --force /home/foo/.gnupg/S.log

       This waits for connections on the local socket '/home/foo/.gnupg/S.log'
       and shows all log entries.  To make this work the option log-file needs
       to be used with all modules which logs are to be shown.  The value  for
       that  option  must  be  given  with  a special prefix (e.g. in the conf
       file):

         log-file socket:///home/foo/.gnupg/S.log

       For debugging purposes it is also possible to do remote logging.   Take
       care  if  you  use  this feature because the information is send in the
       clear over the network.  Use this syntax in the conf files:

         log-file tcp://192.168.1.1:4711

       You may use any port  and  not  just  4711  as  shown  above;  only  IP
       addresses  are  supported  (v4  and v6) and no host names.  You need to
       start watchgnupg with the tcp option.  Note that under Windows the reg-
       istry  entry  HKCU\Software\GNU\GnuPG:DefaultLogFile  can  be  used  to
       change the default log output from stderr to whatever is given by  that
       entry.   However  the only useful entry is a TCP name for remote debug-
       ture and an index.

GnuPG 2.1.11                      2016-01-21                     WATCHGNUPG(1)
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