Unix command to view the end of a file

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Filter tail command through multiple grep commands to separate files

What I am trying to do is filter the output of one log file into separated log files based on a grep filter. tail -f test.log | tee >(grep "Error" > error.log) >(grep "Warning"" > warning.log) ...
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GUI for tail for Linux

Could someone recommend a graphical tail kind of document viewer? So that I could open a document, scroll up and down, etc. and that the document would refresh itself automatically (without prompting, ...
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Is there any tail like tool supporting WebDav

My problem is that that a proprietary SaaS platform im developing on/for only provides log files via WebDav. During development this log files can get quite large by the end of the day (think 200 Mb+) ...
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Issues with Multitail 5.2.11 Install on RHEL5.3

I'm having some difficulty getting Multitail installed on a Linux box. Their site mentions that Multitail requires the ncurses library, but systems like *BSD and Linux have this library by default. ...
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Monitoring log files over smb

I am monitoring a couple of windows 2k3 servers from a mac running Os x Lion. I use smb to connect to the server's file system, navigate to the folder where the log files are and open them with ...
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How to grep in tail in several files

I need to tail several files, and most info from them i removing (using grep). Now mine output dirty with file names. How i can remove them? Short to problem: $ tail -F /log/rest_server*.log | egrep ...
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Preserve colors with watch -n

I am running watch tail -n 15 20151217.log and my output looks like 12-17 04:42:52 DEBUG [31mXYZT 10 91.5[0m Instead, I want to see it as colored text. What can I do? I don't want to ...
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Installing Multitail on RHEL 5.3

I'm trying to install Multitail on a RHEL 5.3 machine, but get the following error as the root user. Should this be accessible from one of the default RPM repositories or do I need to add a new ...
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Shell doesn't display input characters after “tail -f”

I use "tail -f" to monitor log files. After interrupted by ctrl-c, the shell doesn't display my input chars from keyboard any more. Something like terminal> tail -f /log/a.log then ctrl-c ...
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command nohup tail with redirection in shell script not invoked properly under a particular situation

I have an issue where a tail command in bash script does not work correctly when called from remote by providing only 1 param out of 2 params. But it works correctly if: executed directly on local ...
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tail -f is not updating on AFP mounted share

I am running Mac OS 10.6.8 I have mounted a network drive, whose file I need to watch. I was planning on using tail. When I run the following: tail -f /Volumes/Cache-A/TransferLog.txt I end up ...
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Log tailing over SMB much slower under Samba 4 vs Samba 3

I just upgraded my internal development VM running Ubuntu 11.10 with Samba 3.6 to Ubuntu 15.04 with Samba 4.1 (fresh install, new VM). Everything is working great, with the exception that my log ...
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Can vim be used to view a growing file?

I often use vim's view for viewing files. Is there a way to use it for a growing file so that I can see the progress as it's happening? Something similar to tail -f or less +F I have two use ...
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Notepad++ Document Monitor with Remote File

I am trying to use Notepad++ to monitor a log file using the plugin Document Monitor. This works great on local files but does not work on remote files. I have tried both mapping the remote drive and ...
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Read binary file of expected size blocking until the size is equals expected

I want to read a dowloaded file while it is being written for instance with tail -f -c +1 $filename and to redirect it to another tool (which decodes it) with a pipe |. This works fine but I am doing ...
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MS-DOS show a list of excecuted commands

I'm trying to see a list of commands which are executed in windows once I run a specific function within an application. So for example, if I was to use Ms Word to save a file, I would like to see a ...
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Ctrl+c closes Remmina SSH connection instead of only log tail

I am using Remmina to connect to the linux machine over SSH to monitor logs of the application. I am using tail command to watch .log file. When I am trying to stop watching log by using ctrl + c ...
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Is there a way to make tail output newlines?

When I do tail -f $file I see newlines as \n. For example: permissions array(\n 0 => \n stdClass::__set_state Is there a way to make it turn into permissions array( 0 => ...
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Copy huge file skipping first line using dd in Linux

I was trying to copy the content of a huge file (10GB) to another skipping the first line (as in head -n1). I tried multiple ways of head, tail, awk and sed. Settled on using tail -n+2 > ./xab.1 ...
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Insert blank lines when using 'tail -f' in cmder

I recently switched from Cygwin to cmder mostly due to it's awesome interface and all that cool pre-configured stuff. ( http://bliker.github.io/cmder/ ) I am using tail -f very often and when I am ...
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Tail for Powershell v3?

I'm running the following command in my powershell terminal: Get-Content C:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.2.22\logs\lysol-dbau.access.log -Tail 10 -Wait So I want to start with the last 10 lines of the ...
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Analogue of the “tail -f example.log” command in Windows?

Is there a similar command in Windows?