Logpoop has several poopy modes: test, tail eff, poop, and make.
In the case of anything that fills up your terminal with garbage logs, logpoop will chose the largest logfiles from either
/var/log or the directory you specify (using the
logpoop -t test [-d LOG_DIR]
Test mode "runs some unit tests" in one terminal and "tails some log file" in another terminal. Realistic! You are so busy running your tests!
logpoop [-d DIR]
Tail eff mode grabs a bunch of log files (either from a folder you specify or from /var/log) and simulates "tail -f" in all of your open terminals, while varying the speed and intensity. Whoa, don't bother me - I'm busy! Move away, plebes.
logpoop -t poop
Prints a random ASCII poop in your terminal. OK, so this isn't so useful - but then, neither are you (right now).
logpoop -t make
It takes a really, really long time to compile this little ditty. If you wait long enough, you will be rewarded with the best binary every made. Seriously!
[sudo] gem install logpoop
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