Drop Down MenusCSS Drop Down MenuPure CSS Dropdown Menu

GET -h

GET -h (return code: 255)

Usage: GET [-options] <url>...
    -m <method>   use method for the request (default is 'GET')
    -f            make request even if GET believes method is illegal
    -b <base>     Use the specified URL as base
    -t <timeout>  Set timeout value
    -i <time>     Set the If-Modified-Since header on the request
    -c <conttype> use this content-type for POST, PUT, CHECKIN
    -a            Use text mode for content I/O
    -p <proxyurl> use this as a proxy
    -P            don't load proxy settings from environment
    -H <header>   send this HTTP header (you can specify several)
    -C <username>:<password>
                  provide credentials for basic authentication

    -u            Display method and URL before any response
    -U            Display request headers (implies -u)
    -s            Display response status code
    -S            Display response status chain (implies -u)
    -e            Display response headers (implies -s)
    -E            Display whole chain of headers (implies -S and -U)
    -d            Do not display content
    -o <format>   Process HTML content in various ways

    -v            Show program version
    -h            Print this message

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

ORA-01261: Parameter db_recovery_file_dest destination string cannot be translated ORA-01262: Stat failed on a file destination directory Linux-x86_64 Error: 2: No such file or directory

PostgreSQL pgBadger

How to Get Table Size, Database Size, Indexes Size, schema Size, Tablespace Size, column Size in PostgreSQL Database

PostgreSQL Pgbadger Installation On Linux

Migrating From Oracle to PostgreSQL using ora2pg open source tools