Automatically capture all potentially useful information about each executed command (as well as its output) and get a powerful querying mechanism

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  • nhi

    :tv: Automatically capture all potentially useful information about each executed command (as well as its output) and get powerful querying mechanism

    Keep in mind that nhi is in early alpha stage and I plan to implement more features (for instance that: https://github.com/strang1ato/nhi/issues/8)

  • sudosh2

    sudosh is an auditing shell filter and can be used as a login shell. Sudosh records all keystrokes and output and can play back the session as just like a VCR. Sudosh2 is a continuation of the development of sudosh.

    How does it compare to https://github.com/squash/sudosh2 ? With that tool, it doesn't matter what sub shell you are in, or how many times you SSH onwards, or what interpreter (like python) or text editor (like vim), it always captures. And of course you can replay :)

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