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GoAhead is popular, simple embedded HTTP web server. It is a fast,
small-footprint, single-threaded, standards-based, portable server
developed for use by embedded devices and applications. It can run as
a stand-alone web server or the GoAhead library can be embedded in
GoAhead supports HTTP/1.1, SSL, digest, basic and web-form authentica-
tion, chunked transfers, file upload and sandbox security limits.
When goahead is built, it is configured to open a port for HTTP
requests and optionally one for SSL. However, if goahead is invoked
with an IP address or port number on the command line, GoAhead will
listen on these ports instead. If the PORT component is omitted, GoA-
head will listen on port 80. If the IP address is omitted and a port is
supplied, GoAhead will listen on all network interfaces.
Define the name of the authentication configuration file. This
is by default auth.txt. If GoAhead is built with PAM support
(Unix Pluggable Authentication Modules), then passwords will be
authenticated from the system password database.
Run GoAhead in debug mode and disable all timeouts. This dis-
ables request and session timeouts. The -d option is an alias
Name the GoAhead log file. This will override the ErrorLog
directive in the configuration file. When the maximum size is
exceeded, the log file will be rotated to logName.old and a new
log file will be started. The -l option is an alias for --log.
The syntax is:
Output the product version number.
Report bugs to <;firstname.lastname@example.org>;.
Copyright (C) Embedthis Software.
goahead March 2014 GOAHEAD(1)
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