kubetail - Bash script to tail Kubernetes logs from multiple pods at the same time

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Bash script that enables you to aggregate (tail/follow) logs from multiple pods into one stream. This is the same as running "kubectl logs -f " but for multiple pods.Just download the kubetail file (or any of the releases) and you're good to go.

https://github.com/johanhaleby/kubetail

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