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       condor_tail Display - the last contents of a running job's standard output or file


       condor_tail [-help] | [-version]

       condor_tail[-pool  centralmanagerhostname[:portnumber]]  [-name  name] [-debug] [-maxbytes
       numbytes] [-auto-retry] [-follow] [-no-stdout] [-stderr] job-ID[filename1] [filename2 ...]


       condor_taildisplays the last bytes of a file in the sandbox of a running job identified by
       the  command  line  argument  job-ID.   stdout  is  tailed by default. The number of bytes
       displayed is limited to 1024, unless changed by specifying the -maxbytesoption. This limit
       is  applied  for  each  individual tail of a file; for example, when following a file, the
       limit is applied each subsequent time output is obtained.



          Display usage information and exit.


          Display version information and exit.

       -pool centralmanagerhostname[:portnumber]

          Specify a pool by giving the central manager's host name and an optional port number.

       -name name

          Query the condor_schedddaemon identified with name.


          Display extra debugging information.

       -maxbytes numbytes

          Limits the maximum number of bytes transferred per tail access. If not  specified,  the
          maximum number of bytes is 1024.


          Retry the tail of the file(s) every 2 seconds, if the job is not yet running.


          Repetitively tail the file(s), until interrupted.


          Do not tail  stdout .


          Tail  stderr instead of  stdout .

Exit Status

       The exit status of condor_tailis zero on success.


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                                            April 2018                             condor_tail(1)