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Re: [jetty-users] Trace HTTP-Traffic

On *nix you usually have small cmd line tools which can capture network traffic:

snoop (solaris)

If your app is running on windows, this doesn't help for sure. :(
Am 07.05.2011 12:07, schrieb Martin Fernau:
That's another solution. Not as comfotable as I hoped - but possible.

Am Freitag 06 Mai 2011 schrieb Nimret Sandhu:
run an HTTP proxy in between?

btw no web server that I am aware of provides this capability.

On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 12:18 PM, Martin Fernau<m.fernau@xxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
I know - but it would many times more helpful if jetty was just able to
out such informations.
Think that my server is deploed on my customer servers and if there is
any need to get those http trace logs I currently need to install
wireshark on these servers. It would be nice to just enable such a
tracelog on jetty.


Am Freitag 06 Mai 2011 schrieb Jesse McConnell:
typically people use things like Wireshark for that sort of thing


jesse mcconnell

On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 12:26, Martin Fernau<m.fernau@xxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
Hi all,

I just wonder if it's possible to trace HTTP Traffic coming to and

out from Jetty?
I use jetty embedded for my project and just want to have the ability

trace the whole communication for debugging purposes.

I use slf4j-log4j for my lo4j environment and set and getting lots of trace
output. But there is no trace for the HTTP-communication.

Is it possible to trace such traffic?

Thanks and regards,
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