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Here is a little curl magic to get you how long it it will take to connect to a site. It will display time to connect, time to namelookup, time to first byte and so on.

curl -s -w "\ntime connect: %{time_connect}\ntime namelookup: %{time_namelookup}\ntime pretransfer: %{time_pretransfer}\ntime redirect: %{time_redirect}\ntime to first byte: %{time_starttransfer}\ntime total: %{time_total}\nhttp code: %{http_code}\n\n" -o /dev/null

time connect: 0.165
time namelookup: 0.133
time pretransfer: 0.166
time redirect: 0.000
time to first byte: 0.392
time total: 0.432
http code: 200

Strip html tags

  • In Linux
  • On 10 Nov | '2014

The following sed command will strip out html tags from a file. That’s useful to us with curl to get a nice output on the screen.

sed 's|<[^>]*>||g'