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w3c -put file -dest https://...

Jan Hutař
Hello,
is w3c capable of PUT on https server? When I run:

$ w3c -o w3c-https-put.log -put mytest.txt -dest https://localhost.localdomain/test/free/test-put.txt
Read (0% of 1K)
...nothing happens, I have to kill w3c with Ctrl+C

Is this command OK? What does "Read (0% of 1K)" indicates?

When running wireshark, it captures no packets. Server is hopefully OK, because of curl uploads file as expected:

$ curl --upload-file mytest.txt --insecure https://localhost.localdomain/test/free/test-put.txt

Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Jan



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Jan Hutař
Guess, there is the same issue with "-post":

$ w3c -o w3c-http-post.log -post https://localhost.localdomain/test/display-post.php -form 'hello=world' 'pi=3.14'

...nothing happens (with http it is OK).



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