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rtail - rtail(1) - Terminal output to the browser in seconds, using UNIX pipes.

  •    CSS

rtail is a command line utility that grabs every line in stdin and broadcasts it over UDP. That's it. Nothing fancy. Nothing complicated. Tail log files, app output, or whatever you wish, using rtail broadcasting to an rtail-server – See multiple streams in the browser, in realtime.Whether you deploy your code on remote servers using multiple environments or simply have multiple projects, you must ssh to each machine running your code, in order to monitor the logs in realtime.

frontail - streaming logs to the browser

  •    Javascript

frontail is a Node.js application for streaming logs to the browser. It's a tail -F with UI. Web interface runs on http://127.0.0.1:[port].

stern - ⎈ Multi pod and container log tailing for Kubernetes

  •    Go

Stern allows you to tail multiple pods on Kubernetes and multiple containers within the pod. Each result is color coded for quicker debugging.The query is a regular expression so the pod name can easily be filtered and you don't need to specify the exact id (for instance omitting the deployment id). If a pod is deleted it gets removed from tail and if a new is added it automatically gets tailed.




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

  •    Shell

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.

laravel-tail - An artisan command to tail your application logs

  •    PHP

This package offers an Artisan command to tail the application log. It supports daily and single logs on your local machine. Spatie is a webdesign agency in Antwerp, Belgium. You'll find an overview of all our open source projects on our website.

Visual Tail

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This application watches changes in files (like as linux tail command), and thrown a warn visual or sound if any changes that match the keywords.


Tailf

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Tailf is a C# implementation of the tail -f command available on unix/linux systems. Differently form other ports it does not lock the file in any way so it works even if other rename the file: this is expecially designed to works well with log4net rolling file appender.

node-tail - Nodejs module for tailing a file

  •    CoffeeScript

The only mandatory parameter is the path to the file to tail. Tail is written in CoffeeScript.

Honeypot - Low interaction honeypot that displays real time attacks

  •    Javascript

Low interaction honeypot application that displays real time attacks in the web-interface. Made just for fun and it is not production ready. Written in Node.js the application listens on 128 most common TCP ports and saves results to the MySQL Database for further analysis.

read-chunk - Read a chunk from a file

  •    Javascript

Because the built-in way requires way too much boilerplate.Returns a Promise<Buffer>.

TF - AutoHotkey library for Text files & Variables (strings)

  •    AutoHotkey

As the name suggest this is an AutoHotkey (AHK) Library with a number of functions to "manipulate" text, both files such as *.txt, *.ahk, *.html, *.css etc AND Strings (or variables). For example you can delete specific lines, replace words or specific lines, number lines, remove or insert columns of text, etc. See the list of functions below for a complete overview. To understand how to work with files and variables please read the "Textfile and the ! Prefix" and "Files & Variables" sections below.

tail-serve - stream a file tail over password protected http

  •    Javascript

stream a file's tail over password protected http

slice-file - stream file slices by line number indexes

  •    Javascript

Like tail -f, slice-file can stream updates after the initial slice.Create a slice-file instance xs from a filename and some options opts.

kail - kubernetes log viewer

  •    Go

Kubernetes tail. Streams logs from all containers of all matched pods. Match pods by service, replicaset, deployment, and others. Adjusts to a changing cluster - pods are added and removed from logging as they fall in or out of the selection.With no arguments, kail matches all pods in the cluster. You can control the matching pods with arguments which select pods based on various criteria.

tail-stream - Like `tail -f` but a stream

  •    Javascript

tail-stream has one function: ts.createReadStream which is like fs.createReadStream, but does not stop reading the file when end of file is reached. Instead, it watches the file using fs.watch if available or fs.watchFile otherwise, and streams data as the file grows. If opts.endOnError is set, then error events are never emitted. Only end events.

fdlinecombine - Read multiple fds and print data to stdout linewise.

  •    C

Multiplex multiple input streams into stdout using \n as separators. It is attempt to make a program that Does One Thing, But Does It Well.

tailing-stream - A Node.js module that can read a growing file continuously as a Stream.

  •    Javascript

tailing-stream is a Node.js module that provides a Stream that can read continuously from a file that's being actively written to. This is in contrast to the standard fs.createReadStream. method, which returns a ReadableStream that stops reading once it gets to the last byte that existed at the time the stream was originally opened. It supports exactly the same interface as a Node ReadableStream, and its createReadStream method functions the same as fs.createReadStream. It takes two unique configuration options, timeout and pause.

remtail - tail log files from multiple remote hosts

  •    Javascript

Connect to as many hosts as you want. Specify multiple files on the same host by repeating the hostname.