http - How do I extract the "href" attributes from a HTML document with select.rs?

I am trying to write a very basic crawler. After receiving an HTTP response, I am using the select.rs crate to extract the URLs from the body for further crawling.How can I extract these URLs from from the "document" which is the "body" part of the HTTP response using the "for-iteration"? extern crate hyper;extern crate select;extern crate xhtmlchardet;extern crate robotparser;extern crate url;use std::io::Read;use Crawler::hyper::client::Client;use Crawler::hyper::header::Connection;use Crawler::select::document::Document;use Crawler::select::...Read more

Clojure Hystrix exceptions because of too many http requests

I need to build a system that needs to make a a ton of external http requests and I have to use Netflix's Hystrix to create fallbacks and re-route exceptions. Right now, I've got a very simple setup:(hystrix/defcommand fetch-request {:hystrix/group-key "c0" :hystrix/command-key "URLFetch" :hystrix/fallback-fn (fn [url] {:status 419 :headers {} :body "failed"})} [url] @(http/g...Read more

Tool for distributed HTTP benchmarking?

I would like to benchmark a website that our company is developing. It will consist of multiple web- and backend-servers. To be able to properly simulate a large amount of request, I was thinking about using our dev machines (approx 15 Xp/Vista) and a few spare Red Hat servers as benchmarking clients.Is there any tool that would let me set up these machines as slaves/clients, and then control them into performing a combined benchmark and get aggregated results?The benchmark would consist of simulating a normal user logging in and surfing a few ...Read more

http - Why is my Hello World go server getting crushed by ApacheBench?

package mainimport ( "io" "net/http")func hello(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) { io.WriteString(w, "Hello world!\n")}func main() { http.HandleFunc("/", hello) http.ListenAndServe(":8000", nil)}I've got a couple of incredibly basic HTTP servers, and all of them are exhibiting this problem.$ ab -c 1000 -n 10000 http://127.0.0.1:8000/This is ApacheBench, Version 2.3 <$Revision: 1604373 $>Copyright 1996 Adam Twiss, Zeus Technology Ltd, http://www.zeustech.net/Licensed to The Apache Software Foundation, http://www.apach...Read more

How do I make an HTTP request from Rust?

How can I make an HTTP request from Rust? I can't seem to find anything in the core library.I don't need to parse the output, just make a request and check the HTTP response code.Bonus marks if someone can show me how to URL encode the query parameters on my URL!...Read more

http - Retrieve HTML source from webpage

I am new to Rust and trying out different projects to become more familiar with the language. As the title says I would like to retrieve the html source of a webpage. I am aware of rust-http but I am not sure how to use that library for this purposeFor a more detailed description of what I am trying to do:Given some url: www.google.comI would like the underlying HTML source.I have looked at the Github Documentation of rust-http but the lack of docs have been confusing....Read more

http - Fetch API, custom request headers, CORS, and cross-origin redirects

I need to make an HTTP GET request with custom request headers in-browser and process the result as it streams in. The Fetch API is ideal for this:fetch('https://example.com/resource', { method: 'GET', headers: { 'X-Brad-Test': 'true' }, cache: 'no-store', mode: 'cors'}).then((res) => { const reader = res.body.getReader(); // etc.});This works quite well. Since there are custom headers, the browser pre-flights the request with an OPTIONS request to /resource. I have configured my server to respond with a 204 No Content and the f...Read more

Canonical handling of HTTPS request when SSL not supported

If a client is requesting a domain that does not have a valid CA signed certificate and the server not intend on supporting HTTPS but does support HTTP for this domain, what is the best way to handle this in the web server. Note, the server does handle requests for SSL (HTTPS) on other domains so it is listening on 443.Example where this would apply is for multi sub-domains where the sub-domains are dynamically created and thus making it extremely difficult to register CA signed certificates.I've seen people try to respond with HTTP error codes...Read more

http - jdk.incubator.httpclient URI query string is truncated when containing an encoded reserved character

Example URI string parsed by new URI(string) that contains an encoded reserved character "#" (%23) in the query string:http://localhost:34455/ldp-test-43272e5c-1e3f-4bb8-8541-fa5ea6d6567a?predicate=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.w3.org%2Fns%2Foa%23hasBodyThe URI object is then simply passed to HttpRequest.newBuilder(uri)Here is the log, the first entry shows that the server processed request string is truncated, yet the response and request URIs show the complete string:127.0.0.1 - - [22/Feb/2018:10:30:51 +0000] "GET /ldp-test-43272e5c-1e3f-4bb8-8541-fa5ea6d...Read more

stream - Send a large file with HTTP.jl

I would like to implement a server with HTTP.jl and julia. After some computation the server would return a "large" file (about several 100 MB). I would like to avoid having to read all the file in memory and then send it to the client.Some framework allow have a specific function for this (e.g. Flask http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/0.12/api/#flask.send_file) or allow to stream the content to the client (http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/0.12/patterns/streaming/).Are one for these two options also available in HTTP.jl ? Or any other Julia web package?Her...Read more

tomcat - In production server running on https but in Live(On Internet) it's shows http only

I am working on Liferay with Tomcat 7.0+.My Web application is Live with www.hpmc.in.I have installed SSL Certificate successfully and i have also make relevant changes in server.xml and web.xml in tomcat/conf/ folder.In Production server request is redirect to https://localhost:8080/____ but in live it's shows only http://hpmc.in/Please help me.Server.xml <Connector port="8080" protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Protocol" maxThreads="150" SSLEnabled="true" scheme="https" secure="true" keystoreFile="XXX/XXX/XXXX.jks...Read more

http - The Grinder - Client opened connection but sent no bytes

When attempting to use the TCPProxy tool included with The Grinder, I get the following error. I have accepted 3/10/11 10:47:58 AM (tcpproxy): Failed to determine proxy destination.Client opened connection but sent no bytes.I have my browser proxy settings at localhost and the right port. I realise you need more details, so let me know which in particular....Read more

http - Store JWT compressed in cookie using Java

I am using Java servlet to return cookies with JWT information to client.I return 2 cookies.1 => Token_id, this cookie store the id_token2 => refresh_token, this token store the refresh token to be send when the token is expired.The problem is, these informations are too big, so the browser send this error:431 (Request Header Fields Too Large)To resolve it, I would like to store the refresh_token compressed, and when I will use this information I will decompress.I read about the compress and tried to use a GZIPCompress String, like this: public...Read more

http - Are the PUT, DELETE, HEAD, etc methods available in most web browsers?

I've seen a couple questions around here like How to debug RESTful services, which mentions: Unfortunately that same browser won't allow me to test HTTP PUT, DELETE, and to a certain degree even HTTP POST.I've also heard that browsers support only GET and POST, from some other sources like:http://www.packetizer.com/ws/rest.htmlhttp://www.mail-archive.com/jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org/msg13518.htmlhttp://www.xml.com/cs/user/view/cs_msg/1098However, a few quick tests in Firefox show that sending PUT and DELETE requests works as expected -- the ...Read more