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NAME

       tinyproxy - A light-weight HTTP proxy daemon

SYNOPSIS

       tinyproxy [-vldch]

DESCRIPTION

       tinyproxy is a light-weight HTTP proxy daemon designed to consume a
       minimum amount of system resources. It listens on a given TCP port and
       handles HTTP proxy requests. Designed from the ground up to be fast and
       yet small, it is an ideal solution for use cases such as embedded
       deployments where a full featured HTTP proxy is required, but the
       system resources for a larger proxy are unavailable.

OPTIONS

       tinyproxy accepts the following options:

       -c <config-file>
           Use an alternate configuration file.

       -d
           Don’t daemonize and stay in the foreground. Useful for debugging
           purposes.

       -h
           Display a short help screen of command line arguments and exit.

       -l
           Display the licensing agreement.

       -v
           Display version information and exit.

SIGNALS

       In addition to command-line options, there are also several signals
       that can be sent to tinyproxy while it is running to generate debugging
       information and to force certain events.

       SIGHUP
           Force Tinyproxy to do a garbage collection on the current
           connections linked list. This is usually done automatically after a
           certain number of connections have been handled.

TEMPLATE FILES

       There are two occasions when Tinyproxy delivers HTML pages to the
       client on it’s own right:

        1. When an error occurred, a corresponding error page is returned.

        2. When a request for the stathost is made, a page summarizing the
           connection statistics is returned. (See STATHOST below.)

       The layout of both error pages and the statistics page can be
       controlled via configurable HTML template files that are plain HTML
       files that additionally understand a few template variables.

TEMPLATE VARIABLES

       There are several standard HTML variables that are available in every
       template file:

       request
           The full HTTP request line.

       cause
           The abbreviated cause of the error condition.

       clientip
           The IP address of the client making the request.

       clienthost
           The hostname of the client making the request.

       version
           The version of Tinyproxy.

       package
           The package name. Presently, resolves to tinyproxy.

       date
           The current date/time in HTTP format.

       In addition, almost all templates support:

       detail
           A detailed, plain English explanation of the error and possible
           causes.

       When Tinyproxy finds a variable name enclosed in braces, e.g.
       "{request}", then this is replaced by the value of the corresponding
       variable before delivery of the page.

STATHOST

       Tinyproxy returns a HTML page with connection statistics when it
       receives a HTTP request for a certain host — the stathost. The stathost
       name defaults to tinyproxy.stats and can be changed at runtime to any
       name or IP address with the configuration variable StatHost.

       The stat file template can be changed at runtime through the
       configuration variable StatFile.

FILES

       /etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf, /var/run/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.pid,
       /var/log/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.log

BUGS

       To report bugs in Tinyproxy, please visit
       <https://www.banu.com/tinyproxy/support/>.

SEE ALSO

       tinyproxy.conf(5)

AUTHOR

       Written by the Tinyproxy project team.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 1998-2000 Steven Young; Copyright (c) 2000-2001 Robert
       James Kaes; Copyright (c) 2009-2010 Mukund Sivaraman; Copyright (c)
       2009-2010 Michael Adam.

       This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public
       License version 2 or above. See the COPYING file for additional
       information.