Tail Multiple Files

How to tail multiple files

Terminal command: tail -f <file.name> <file.name>

Tail Three Files
Tail Three Files
Tail Two Files
Tail Two Files

Tailing multiple files in one terminal window is a life saver when you are pressed for space on your screen.
With tail you can tail just about as many files as you want. I doubt it would be very useful to have more than a few tailed at the same time.

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