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advanced-smoke

4.17.12 • Public • Published

Usage

advanced-smoke <url> [<url2> <url3> ...] [options]

See command help:

advanced-smoke --help

Options

--status, -s

HTTP status to validate.

default: 200

--method, -m

HTTP method used for the request.

default: GET

--headers

Headers to send. Use dot-notation, ex:

advanced-smoke https://google.com --headers.MyHeader "Value with spaces"

default: undefined

--proxy, -p

Proxy used for the request. Alternatively, you can use the environment variable ADVANCED_SMOKE_PROXY.

HTTP_PROXY, HTTPS_PROXY and NO_PROXY will be respected too.

default: undefined

--strictSSL

Whether SSL certificates are required to be valid.

default: true

--timeout, -t

Timeout for the request.

default: undefined

--resolveWithFullResponse, -r

Full request or just head.

default: true

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Install

npm i advanced-smoke

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14

Version

4.17.12

License

MIT

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16.1 kB

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