Production, verification, development, whatever Logs are written more and more in the server.log-like file of the AP server. To monitor system movements that are not visible from the outside, such as whether the module is working properly You have to monitor the log every time you release it, right?
At that time, I connect to the linux server with TeraTerm etc. and see the log file. Which command do you use? Is a story
Well this is it
tail -f file path
tail -f /asd/asdasdasd/asdasdasd/server.log
Like Now you can monitor the overwritten files in real time
Nowadays tail is weak
less + F file path
less +F /sdd/sdsdsd/sdsdsd/server.log
This has the same functionality as
Stop updating with
Ctrl + C
shift + f (uppercase F) after executing
So you can do something like Grep
If you enter
& in the non-update mode, an input field will appear.
Enter the word "exact match" or "qqq | eee" there to search OR
It's case sensitive so type it correctly
Also, if you enter
! after entering
&, you will be in not-match mode (mismatch search).
You can download the log file locally and search it on the spot without having to use Grep with the Sakura editor.
Moreover, if you are in a mode that does not update automatically, press B key to the top page, Space key to the bottom page, G key to the top, Shift + G key to the bottom You can fly at once
It is no exaggeration to say that less is upward compatible with tail.
Let's start Power-Shell You should be able to do it with the A key from the win key + X key
Get-Content -wait -tail 10 -encod UTF8 -path path
The 10 part here is the number of lines to get first, if you do not specify
tail -f, it is 10 at the beginning, so I wrote 10