From: A.Saeed <>
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 08:00:26 +0500 (PKT)

Thanx Bill

I need the syntax of wget ???
how to we can use it as RELOAD.


On Sun, 22 Mar 1998, Bill Wichers wrote:

> I think what you want to know is if Wget will act like a normal user or if
> it asks for everything in the "prama-nocache" way like when you
> shift+reload something. To my knowledge (and from info when I run it on my
> own caches), wget behaves like a normal user (with the exception of be
> very dedicated to its surfing :-), and your cache will behave with
> wget's requests just like it would if a user was requesting the same
> objects.
> I've used wget to seed caches and to suck in popular sites based on
> "popularity projections" (we had wget suck down the entire nagano olympic
> site very early to maximize hits -- and it paid off in a very big way).
> Wget is also good at stress testing a cache if you run a bunch of
> instances of it all with a different list of sites to fetch. Stress
> testing works best if you use several fairly powerful machines to run the
> wget processes.
> -Bill
> On Mon, 23 Mar 1998, A.Saeed wrote:
> >
> > By Using Wget do we can use it as if we are pressing RELOAD of the Browser
> > .
> > I mean there are quite few sites which are updated dynamically so if
> > possible we can make our refresh_pattern for about 15days % 30days
> > excluding the dynamic sites.
> >
> > I searched it in archive but couldn't found it.
> >
> > regards
> > arshad
> >
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