Last built 1 year ago using go version go1.7.3 linux/amd64 and 132 seconds of time
download-watch is a utility to watch on URLs and save their output locally. Also it’s possible to execute commands when files changed. For example you could reload a webserver when a new configuration was written.
It can save the file - periodically no matter what - when it changed (ETag aware) so that it’s not written if the server says nothing changed - when the SHA256 hash doesn’t match locally but on the server
--- # Optional: Command to use for executing the success_command, the command will get appended as one argument (default: ["/bin/bash", "-c"]) command_shell: ["/bin/bash", "-c"] files: # Key for the map is the target file path /etc/myconfig.conf: # Optional: Specify user:pass for the basic authentication basic_auth: myuser:mypass # Optional: How long to wait for the file to finish downloading (default: 30s) timeout: 30s # Required: How long to wait between two downloads fetch_interval: 5m # Optional: Ignore ETag sent by server, refresh file even if it's the same ignore_etag: false # Optional: Check existing file / downloaded file against checksum sha256: e84712238709398f6d349dc2250b0efca4b72d8c2bfb7b74339d30ba94056b14 # Required: URL to fetch the file from url: https://example.com/myconfig.conf # Optional: Command to execute every time the file was written successfully success_command: /etc/init.d/apache2 reload /etc/myotherconfig.conf: url: https://example.com/myotherconfig.conf fetch_interval: 1h