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Retrieve a list of all webpages on a site

Terminal - Retrieve a list of all webpages on a site
URL=www.example.com && wget -rq --spider --force-html "http://$URL" && find $URL -type d > url-list.txt && rm -rf $URL
2009-01-27 17:59:08
User: root
Functions: find rm wget
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Retrieve a list of all webpages on a site

This spiders the given site without downloading the HTML content. The resulting directory structure is then parsed to output a list of the URLs to url-list.txt. Note that this can take a long time to run and you make want to throttle the spidering so as to play nicely.

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