[thelist] tail -f on a web page.

Kane Wilson gsm_color at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 25 07:10:44 CST 2007

$query = "/var/log/httpd/tail -f access_log";

$result = shell_exec($query);
echo "<pre>";
echo "$result";
echo "</pre>";


i tried as u said , but it doesn't work on the web page . web page was blank.when i tried on the command line 
# php tail.php, it gives a message saying ,

[root@ html]# php tail.php 
sh: /var/log/httpd/tail: No such file or directory
Content-type: text/html
X-Powered-By: PHP/4.3.9

any other solution ?

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