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genhash(1)									       genhash(1)

       genhash - md5 hash generation tool for remote web pages

       genhash [options] [-s server-address] [-p port] [-u url]

       genhash	is a tool used for generating md5sum hashes of remote web pages.  genhash can use
       HTTP or HTTPS to connect to the web page.  The output by this utility  includes	the  HTTP
       header,	page  data,  and the md5sum of the data.  This md5sum can then be used within the
       keepalived(8) program, for monitoring HTTP and HTTPS services.

       --use-ssl, -S
	      Use SSL to connect to the server.

       --server <host>, -s
	      Specify the ip address to connect to.

       --port <port>, -p
	      Specify the port to connect to.

       --url <url>, -u
	      Specify the path to the file you want to generate the hash of.

       --use-virtualhost <host>, -V
	      Specify the virtual host to send along with the HTTP headers.

       --hash <alg>, -H
	      Specify the hash algorithm to make a digest of the target page.  Consult	the  help
	      screen for list of available ones with a mark of the default one.

       --verbose, -v
	      Be verbose with the output.

       --help, -h
	      Display the program help screen and exit.

       --release, -r
	      Display the release number (version) and exit.

       keepalived(8), keepalived.conf(5)

       genhash was written by Alexandre Cassen <acassen@linux-vs.org>.

       This  man  page	was  contributed  by  Andres  Salomon <dilinger@voxel.net> for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

					     Feb 2004				       genhash(1)
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