Live Tailing

also referred to as real-time log monitoring or live log streaming, is a technique used to continuously monitor and display the contents of a log file as new log entries are written to it. It provides a real-time view of the log data, allowing users to observe and track events or messages as they occur. Live tailing is commonly used for debugging, troubleshooting, and monitoring purposes, as it enables immediate visibility into the log information without the need to manually refresh or reload the log file.