SCRAPY-WS(1) General Commands Manual SCRAPY-WS(1)NAME
scrapy-ws - Python Scrapy web service control script
scrapy-ws [-P|-H] action ...
Example script to control and monitor Scrapy using its web service. It only provides a reduced functionality as its main purpose is to
illustrate how to write a web service client. Feel free to improve or write you own.
OPTIONS -H Scrapy host to connect to. (default: localhost)
-P Scrapy port to connect to. (default: 6080)
help List of available commands
Schedule spider for running
Stop a running spider
List running spiders
List name of available spiders
List available web service resources
List enabled extensions
Get stats of a running spider
Get global stats
Scrapy-ws was written by the Scrapy Developers <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Ignace Mouzannar <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
August 11, 2010 SCRAPY-WS(1)
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