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PROXY-SERVER(1C)					      PROXY-SERVER(1C)

NAME
       proxy-server - serializing, transaction logging http proxy server

SYNOPSIS
       proxy-server    [server-ip]   [server-port]   [:prefix=filename_prefix]
       [:overwrite=false] [:start=0]

DESCRIPTION
       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, txt  ,  html  ,
       gif  ,  jpg are supported, and the default for any unknown are unspeci-
       fied type is dat

   COMMAND LINE	OPTIONS
       [server-ip]
	       The server-ip defaults to 0.0.0.0.

       [server-port]
	       The server-port defaults	to 9000.

       :prefix=XXXX
	       The 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.

       :start=index
	       The index plus 1	is the first filename created.

       :overwrite=status
	       The status is 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.

BUGS
       This utility isn't 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  mes-
       sages such as empty request from	client,	accept (errobj Protocol	error)
       and recv	(errobj	Connection reset by peer), from	time to	time,  depend-
       ing on the client browser and tcp stack.

SEE ALSO
       siod http://people.delphi.com/gjc/siod.html

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