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asked Sphinx Search shutting down after `FATAL: accept() failed: Too many open files`
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accepted How can I do the equivalent of tail -f with ls?
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comment How can I do the equivalent of tail -f with ls?
This is the simplest answer that worked. I wanted to add that -n# dictates how often to refresh. eg. watch -n1 ls - will run ls every second and refresh the data on screen.
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