Tool for monitoring your Ethereum clients. Client-agnostic as it queries the standardized JSON-RPC APIs.
Requires the following APIs to be exposed on your execution client:

  • eth: querying the chain
  • net: getting P2P stats
  • web3: client information


From source

Install Go (minimum version 1.16)

Install dependencies:

sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev build-essential

Build the binary:

git clone https://github.com/netbound/e7mon
cd e7mon
make install

This will put the binary in $GOBIN, which is in your PATH. You can verify the installation with:

e7mon client-versions


First, generate the YAML config file. This is included in the binary and will be written to $HOME/.config/e7mon/config.yml.

e7mon init

Next up, change the config to match your settings and preferences. Important to fill out is the correct API endpoint for each client.

Now run the monitor program:

# Monitor both clients

# Execution client only
e7mon execution

# Beacon node only
e7mon beacon

Use the help command for all the options:

e7mon help

   e7mon - Monitors your Ethereum clients

   e7mon [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

   init, i              initializes configs
   client-versions, cv  prints client versions
   execution, e         monitors the execution client (eth1)
   beacon, b            monitors the beacon node (eth2)
   help, h              Shows a list of commands or help for one command

   --help, -h  show help (default: false)


  • Execution monitor
    • Block monitor
    • P2P stats
      • Peers avg latency (might not be worth it as only geth has the admin_peers RPC call)
    • MEV alerts
    • More generic stats
  • Beacon monitor
    • Block monitor
    • P2P stats
      • Peers avg latency
    • More generic stats
    • Finalized checkpoints
  • Validator monitor
    • Attestations
    • Produced blocks
    • Block rewards
    • Validator stats
  • Verbosity levels
  • Integrate with beaconcha.in
  • Messaging services


This is alpha software. If you find bugs, please submit an issue. Things can and will break. Tested with the Erigon
execution client and Lighthouse consensus node.



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