IO::Tail - follow the tail of files/stream River stage zero No dependents

HIO/IO-Tail-0.01 - 19 May 2007 06:23:22 UTC

Tail::Stat - Real-time log statistics server River stage zero No dependents

LONERR/Tail-Stat-0.26 - 03 Dec 2016 13:20:50 UTC

Tail::Tool - Tool for sophisticated tailing of files River stage zero No dependents

IVANWILLS/Tail-Tool-v0.4.8 - 23 Nov 2018 11:28:51 UTC

File::Tail - Perl extension for reading from continously updated files River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 18 total dependents

The primary purpose of File::Tail is reading and analysing log files while they are being written, which is especialy usefull if you are monitoring the logging process with a tool like Tobias Oetiker's MRTG. The module tries very hard NOT to "busy-wa...

MGRABNAR/File-Tail-1.3 - 02 Aug 2015 14:23:35 UTC

Logfile::Tail - read log files River stage zero No dependents

Log files are files that are generated by various running programs. They are generally only appended to. When parsing information from log files, it is important to only read each record / line once, both for performance and for accounting and statis...

JANPAZ/Logfile-Tail-0.7 - 11 May 2012 21:23:22 UTC

Apache2::Tail - mod_perl handler to display the error_log River stage zero No dependents

Simple mod_perl handler that displays a pretty html version of the error_log. OPTIONS These options can be configured with PerlSetVar * Apache2::Tail::ErrorLog The file to display, defaults to the current VirtualHost's *error_log* * Apache2::Tail::Co...

GOZER/Apache2-Tail-0.03 - 29 Dec 2007 03:46:04 UTC

File::Tail::FAM - Tail using the File Alteration Monitor (FAM) River stage zero No dependents

"File::Tail::FAM" reports when new data chunks are appended to a given file. Similar to the Unix command $ tail -f filename it watches a file grow continuously and reports whenever a new chunk of data has been added. Differently from the traditional ...

MSCHILLI/File-Tail-FAM-0.02 - 20 Oct 2005 05:03:55 UTC

Sub::Call::Tail - Tail calls for subroutines and methods River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module provides a "tail" modifier for subroutine and method calls that will cause the invocation to have the same semantics as "goto &sub". When the "tail" modifier is compiled the inner subroutine call is transformed at compile time into a goto...

ETHER/Sub-Call-Tail-0.06 - 03 Jul 2015 23:17:10 UTC

File::Tail::Dir - Tail all matching files in a given set of directories River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Monitors and processes any lines appended to the end of one or more files in a given list of directories, keeping state between sessions, and using kernel notification of file change events to maximise efficiency. A list of directories is given to mo...

JJSCHUTZ/File-Tail-Dir-0.16 - 27 Sep 2013 06:03:56 UTC

File::Tail::App - Perl extension for making apps that tail files River stage zero No dependents

Adds two methods for a File::Tail object and one function. tail_app() As in the SYNOPSIS, creates an app that processes a file's tail line by line. Its only arg is a hashref with these keys: new Required. This is an array ref of the array you give to...

DMUEY/File-Tail-App-0.4 - 11 Feb 2012 23:51:49 UTC

File::Tail::Lite - Perl module for seekable 'tailf' implementation River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module is made for seekable 'tailf' implementation. File::Tail is good, but it can not seek when reading started,so we may miss contents if programe crash. This module slove the problem. And it is quite simple and easy to use....

CHENGANG/File-Tail-Lite-0.02 - 01 Dec 2014 06:52:16 UTC

Tail::Tool::File - Looks after individual files River stage zero No dependents

IVANWILLS/Tail-Tool-v0.4.8 - 23 Nov 2018 11:28:51 UTC

Event::File::tail - 'an tail [CB]<-f>' implementation using Event River stage zero No dependents

Event::FileTail is an attempt to reproduce the behaviour of the 'tail -f' using Event as the backend. The main difference between this module and other modules that tries to implement it is that it leaves room for parallel processing using Event....

RSD/Event-File-0.1.1 - 15 Oct 2001 18:06:20 UTC

Test::Tail::Multi - execute code, monitor dynamic file contents River stage zero No dependents

"Test::Tail::Multi" allows you to create tests or test classes that permit you to monitor the contents of one or more files a la <tail -f> using the nice "File::Tail" module. You can execute arbitrary code and then run tests versus the new content in...

MCMAHON/Test-Tail-Multi-0.06 - 13 Jul 2011 04:42:35 UTC

Tail::Tool::Regex - Base class for regex details River stage zero No dependents

IVANWILLS/Tail-Tool-v0.4.8 - 23 Nov 2018 11:28:51 UTC

Tail::Stat::Plugin - Abstract plugin class River stage zero No dependents

LONERR/Tail-Stat-0.26 - 03 Dec 2016 13:20:50 UTC

File::Tail::Scribe - Monitor and send the tail of files to a Scribe logging system. River stage zero No dependents

Basically this module connects File::Tail::Dir to Log::Dispatch::Scribe. It monitors files in a given directory (or set of directories), such as Apache log files in /var/log/httpd, and as the log files are written to, takes the changes and sends them...

JJSCHUTZ/File-Tail-Scribe-0.13 - 07 Apr 2010 04:19:28 UTC

Mojo::IOLoop::Tail - IOLoop interface to tail a file asynchronously River stage zero No dependents

This is an IOLoop interface to tail a file asynchronously...

BPMEDLEY/Mojo-IOLoop-Tail-0.02 - 19 Sep 2015 08:24:36 UTC

MQSeries::FDC::Tail - Watch MQSeries FDC error files River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The MQSeries::FDC::Tail class provides a mechanism to watch the FDC logs, which are generally written to if a fatal MQSeries error, or internal MQSeries error, occurs. Every time the process() method is invoked, it will return a (possibly empty) arra...

MQSERIES/MQSeries-1.34 - 13 Dec 2012 19:19:56 UTC

Rex::Commands::Tail - Tail a file River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 16 total dependents

With this module you can tail a file....

FERKI/Rex-1.13.3 - 05 Mar 2021 19:54:20 UTC
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