Trace HTTP Requests and Responses
goproxy-httpdump starts an HTTP proxy on :8080. It handles explicit CONNECT
requests and traces them in a "db" directory created in the proxy working
directory. Each request type and headers are logged in a "log" file, while
their bodies are dumped in files prefixed with the request session identifier.
Additionally, the example demonstrates how to:
- Log information asynchronously (see HttpLogger)
- Allow the proxy to be stopped manually while ensuring all pending requests have been processed (in this case, logged).
Start it in one shell:
Fetch goproxy homepage in another:
http_proxy=http://127.0.0.1:8080 wget -O - \ http://ripper234.com/p/introducing-goproxy-light-http-proxy/
A "db" directory should have appeared where you started the proxy, containing two files:
- log: the request/response traces
- 1_resp: the first response body
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