I'm currently working on an app that forwards logging around to various locations on the Linux server. It's a bit tricky for me to figure out where any action I take in the browser is being logged. I need those logs!
A nice way to figure out where the logging is happening is to narrow it down to one directory (say,
ls that directory, ordering by most recently updated. The items at the top of the list have been recently updated, and thus probably contain valuable loggings!
$ ls -lt
I'm throwing on the
-l flag for more detail. If there are lot of logs, filter it down with
$ ls -lt | head
Thanks for the idea, Kori!Tweet