Realtime lines per second in a log file

tail -F /var/log/nginx/access.log | python -c 'exec("import sys,time\nl=0\ne=int(time.time())\nfor line in sys.stdin:\n\tt = int(time.time())\n\tl += 1\n\tif t > e:\n\t\te = t\n\t\tprint l\n\t\tl = 0")'
Realtime lines per second in a log file using python ... identical to perl version, except python is much better :)
Sample Output
27
49
36
36
29
33
33
32
43
31
40
35
43
39
37
38
28
34
31
48
46
37
35

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By: pykler
2012-05-15 21:56:46

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