listen to node events.

if a node isn't running, one will be automatically created.



Events are persisted to disk and can be replayed (since v0.1.15).

events are not held across node restarts; any time a node starts it clears its event db.


step 1: open terminal & generate some events by running an op

opctl run some-op

step 2: exit terminal


step 3: re open terminal & replay events

opctl run events


Events are streamed in realtime as they occur. They can be streamed in parallel to any number of terminals.

behind the scenes, events are delivered over websockets


step 1: open multiple terminals & open event stream on each

opctl events

step 2: open another terminal & run an op; watch events show up on all terminals simultaneously in real-time

opctl run some-op

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