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Add "tail -f" for log files #187

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ypujante opened this Issue Nov 28, 2012 · 6 comments

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ypujante commented Nov 28, 2012

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sodul commented Nov 28, 2012

I like the way Jenkins does it (if you are familiar with Jenkins or Hudson).

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ypujante commented Nov 28, 2012

No I am not familiar. Can you describe / explain what is good about it?

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On Nov 28, 2012 12:37 PM, "sodul" notifications@github.com wrote:

I like the way Jenkins does it (if you are familiar with Jenkins or
Hudson).


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/linkedin/glu/issues/187#issuecomment-10826350.

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ypujante commented Nov 29, 2012

and.. while at it, the number of lines in the log should be customizable, 500 is way too much for the default

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sodul commented Dec 1, 2012

I'll look around if I can find a demo instance of Jenkins online.

The bulk of it is that the default tail is java script based on the web client side and poll the console for newer lines. On the top left corner there is a little link showing how much data was skipped and a link to show the 'full log'.

At the bottom there is a spinning wheel to show that the JavaScript is still actively polling for more lines.

Lastly there is a link to see the raw log, which would be more or less what the current behavior in the Glu console is.

As a side note, I do not know what you use for CI buy I highly recommend that you use Jenkins. It is java and groovy based like Glu is and is very easy to setup and maintain. It has over 400 plugins that include code coverage reports, pmd reports, git support , etc...

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On Nov 28, 2012, at 15:01, Yan Pujante notifications@github.com wrote:

No I am not familiar. Can you describe / explain what is good about it?

Thanks
Yan
On Nov 28, 2012 12:37 PM, "sodul" notifications@github.com wrote:

I like the way Jenkins does it (if you are familiar with Jenkins or
Hudson).


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/linkedin/glu/issues/187#issuecomment-10826350.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.

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sodul commented Dec 4, 2012

https://ci.jenkins-ci.org

Jenkins in action, if you see an active job in the Build queue (to the left), click any of the blue progress bar to get to the live log tailing page.

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ypujante commented Sep 27, 2013

Implemented in 5.3.0

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