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       gnunet-tracekit -- overlay network traceing


       gnunet-tracekit [OPTIONS]


       gnunet-tracekit  can  be  used to visualize the GNUnet overlay network.
       This tool broadcasts a message into the  network  querying  every  peer
       about  a  list  of other connected peers. The result is then printed to
       the screen.

       gnunet-tracekit is primarily useful for  developers  to  determine  the
       structure  of the network.  End-users will find little use for the tool
       itself (except to satisfy their curiosity) but  should  at  the  moment
       still  enable  this  protocol  to  help  the  developers that trace the

       -c FILENAME, --config=FILENAME
              load config file (defaults: ~/.gnunet/gnunet.conf)

       -D DEPTH, --depth=DEPTH
              until which depth should the network be traced (how many hops)

       -F FORMAT, --format=FORMAT
              specifies the output format, 0 is human readable, 1 is dot, 2 is

       -h, --help
              print help page

       -L LOGLEVEL, --loglevel=LOGLEVEL
              Change  the loglevel.  Possible values for LOGLEVEL are NOTHING,
              FATAL, ERROR,  WARNING,  INFO,  STATUS  and  DEBUG.   Note  that
              options  in  the  configuration  file  take precedence over this
              option (the argument will be ignored in that case).

              -P PRIORITY, --priority=PRIORITY what should the priority of the
              probe be

       -v, --version
              print the version number

              -W WAIT, --wait=WAIT set how many seconds to wait for replies


       gnunet-tracekit  may  not be supported by all GNUnet peers.  Peers that
       do not support tracekit will still be discovered and will be marked  in
       the output as non-responding peers.


              Users GNUnet configuration file


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       gnunet.conf(5), gnunetd(1)