On almost every Unix system, we have
tail -f to watch the end of *really really big* files.
When faced with a 36GB log file on Windows the tooling is often lacking.
I borrowed / adapted a little PowerShell function to extract the last
n log lines from a file, and write to a new file:
Partially borrowed from: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36507343/get-last-n-lines-or-bytes-of-a-huge-file-in-windows-like-unixs-tail-avoid-ti