Have you walked home from work and had that “you know it” help call? I did today.
If you have setup something in an Linux environment you have most likely done some troubleshooting. The command tail -f [path] is very convenient command. I had no idea that a similar existed on Windows until recently.
In powershell to read a file, the command Get-Content is very neat. I had no idea that with “-wait” you could get the same result as in “-f” in tail. Very handy for parsing Windows firewall logs.
I have just troubleshoot a domain with really slow domain controllers.
In a closer look they where not so slow. The Read the security log at 40MB/sec. How could that be?