Hello,

We have a legacy application that is using tail -f command in the application 
and is running in Redhat 9 under a shared Samba filesystem.

We want to migrate the application to RHEL7 and we noticed that the tail -f 
command here is not refreshing as soon as the file get changed. In Redhat 9, it 
is working fine, every write on the file got reflected straight away(no waiting 
interval).

Is there a way that we can make the tail -f working as it was in Redhat 9? For 
this reason, we are not able to migrate our Legacy application.

Thanks,
Jewsco
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