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there are log files showing the output from STDOUT and STDERR from some processes, not necessarily Perl processes.
I need to display each "active" logfile in a dir in a dedicated window which updates automatically.
This is done with tail -f FILE on Unix, get-content -wait does the analogue on Win
start opens a new "terminal" in parallel for the output.
I don't really know the PID of the process writing to the logfile.
Everything works fine so far, I just need to close the output windows once the logfile is closed. There are hundreds of jobs writing logfiles, I only need to show the active ones.
That's why I need the PID to be able to kill the process reading from a logfile.
> BTW..ich kann deutsch.