What does a t option do? A quick search of the docs failed to find the answer
Just browse through the topic I've linked - it's explained there.
The Pi-hole Query Log
You can view the log in real time as it happens using
pihole -t. Run this command while you browse to the site that is showing ads. As the page loads up, watch the output in your terminal to track down what domains are being queried.
(quoted directly from that topic)
I still see nothing that explains the -t option.,...
dan@raspberrypi:~ $ pihole Usage: pihole [options] Example: 'pihole -w -h' Add '-h' after specific commands for more information on usage Whitelist/Blacklist Options: -w, whitelist Whitelist domain(s) -b, blacklist Blacklist domain(s) --regex, regex Regex blacklist domains(s) --white-regex Regex whitelist domains(s) --wild, wildcard Wildcard blacklist domain(s) --white-wild Wildcard whitelist domain(s) Add '-h' for more info on whitelist/blacklist usage Debugging Options: -d, debug Start a debugging session Add '-a' to automatically upload the log to tricorder.pi-hole.net -f, flush Flush the Pi-hole log -r, reconfigure Reconfigure or Repair Pi-hole subsystems -t, tail View the live output of the Pi-hole log
man pihole to see the documentation on the Pi-hole itself, or, as Bucking_Horn pointed out:
Or my personal favorite, run
pihole -t and see what it does.
Thank You !
That "man" command is useful btw. You can use it for any command in bash.
man cron would do the same for cron, for example. Along with apropos, it's one of the more useful commands.