In fact, things are still busy, what with the new (or newish) job.
But that's why I'm back: because things are going so fast that I want to start recording at least one useful thing I learned.
(Otherwise, as one developer noted today, it's real easy to look back at your old code and not know what's going on.)
So today I learned about
At work, I use
tail -fto follow a file as it changes. So, if I'm running a Unicorn server that has a log file and I want to see what's happening in that log, I tail -f unicorn.log.
But now, according to this post, I can use the similar
less +F, which both follows the file and allows one to look through the file as normal with a Ctrl-C.
I also learned that you can
tail -fmultiple files.