Manual Reference Pages - PROXY-SERVER (1)
proxy-server - serializing, transaction logging http proxy server
Command Line Options
proxy-server [server-ip] [server-port] [:prefix=filename_prefix] [:overwrite=false]
proxy-server is a crude http proxy server which accepts one connection
at a time and logs all information about the transaction
between the client and server to a set of files containing
a sequence number.
The client request is logged to file type
req the responsed headers from the server are file type
hdr and the content from the server to a file type which depends
on the mime type of the result,
jpg are supported, and the default for any unknown are unspecified
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
server-ip defaults to 0.0.0.0.
server-port defaults to 9000.
XXXXX is the prefix used for the transaction log files.
It defaults to YEAR MONTH DAY HOUR MINUTE SECOND
of the time the command was stated.
index plus 1 is the first filename created.
false, the default, to prevent the proxy server from overwriting
its log files. A setting of
true will allow files to be overwritten,
and a setting of
skip will cause the filename counter to be incremented
until an overwrite is avoided.
This utility isnt robust enough to run continuously
as a proxy server. It is intended to be run from the command
line, to be monitored during use, and to be restarted manually
if needed. You might see errors messages such as empty request
from client, accept (errobj Protocol error) and recv (errobj
Connection reset by peer), from time to time, depending
on the client browser and tcp stack.
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