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Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


squidclient -- a simple HTTP web client


squidclient [-arsv] [-g count] [-h remote-host] [-H 'string'] [-i IMS] [-I ping-interval] [-j 'Host-header'] [-l local-host] [-m method] [-p port] [-P file] [-t count] [-T timeout] [-u proxy-user] [-U www-user] [-V version] [-w proxy-password] [-W www-password] url


squidclient is a tool providing a command line interface for retrieving URLs. Designed for testing any HTTP 0.9, 1.0, or 1.1 web server or proxy. This tool can be combined with scripts to perform any basic HTTP operation. Some additional features for access to the Squid proxy object cache and management information are provided.


Do NOT include Accept: header.
-g count
Ping mode, perform count iterations (0 to loop until interrupted).
-h host
Retrieve URL from cache on hostname. Default is localhost.
-H 'string'
Extra headers to send. Use '\n' for new lines.
-i time
If-Modified-Since time (in Epoch seconds).
-I interval
Ping interval in seconds (default 1 second).
-j hosthdr
Host header content
-l host
Specify a local IP address to bind to. Default is none.
-m method
Request method, default is GET. Squid also supports a non-standard method called PURGE. You can use that to purge a specific URL from the cache. You need to have purge access setup in squid.conf similar to manager access. Here is an example:
       acl purge method PURGE
       http_access deny purge !localhost
-p port
Port number of cache. Default is 3128.
-P file
PUT request. Using the named file.
Force cache to reload URL.
Silent. Do not print data to stdout.
-t count
Trace count cache-hops
-T timeout
Timeout value (seconds) for read/write operations.
-u user
Proxy authentication username
-U user
WWW authentication username
Verbose. Print outgoing message to stderr.
-w password
Proxy authentication password
-W password
WWW authentication password
-V version
HTTP Version. Use '-' for HTTP/0.9 omitted case


cachemgr.cgi(8), squid(8)


Derived from Harvest. Further developed by by numerous individuals from the internet community. Development is led by Duane Wessels of the National Laboratory for Applied Network Research and funded by the National Science Foundation.