gftail man page

gftail — manual page for gftail (glusterfs-coreutils) 0.2.0

Synopsis

gftail [OPTION]... URL

Description

Print the last 10 lines (default) of the file to standard output.

-c, --bytes=K
output the last K bytes
-f, --follow
output appended data as the file grows
-n, --lines=K
output the last K lines, instead of the last 10
-o, --xlator-option=OPTION
specify a translator option for the connection. Multiple options are supported and take the form xlator.key=value.
-p, --port=PORT
specify the port on which to connect
-s, --sleep-internal=N
with -f, sleep for approximately N microseconds (default is 50,000)
--help
display this help and exit
--version
output version information and exit

Examples

gftail glfs://localhost/groot/file

Tail the last 10 lines of the file /file on the Gluster volume groot on host localhost.

gftail -c 100 glfs://localhost/groot/file

Tail the last 100 bytes of the file /file on the Gluster volume groot on host localhost.

gftail -f glfs://localhost/groot/file

Tail the last 10 lines of the file /file on the Gluster volume groot on host localhost, following the file until an interrupt is received.

gfcli (localhost/groot)> tail /example

In the context of a shell with a connection established, tail the file example on the root of the Gluster volume groot on localhost.

Author

Written by Craig Cabrey.

See Also

gfcli(1)

Info

July 2016 gftail (glusterfs-coreutils) 0.2.0 User Commands