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MultiTail – Monitor Multiple Files Simultaneously in a Single Linux Terminal

Whether it’s a server administrator or a programmer some time we need to refer multiple logfiles for effectively troubleshooting tasks. To achieve this we have to open, tail or less a each logfile in a different shell. However, we can use traditional tail command like tail -f...

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