What server?

Are there any unix tools to find out what server software a web server is running? For example, you would type in "apple.com" and it would tell you apple.com is running apache. I've found a website that would tell you what server software a site was running, but I can't find it now. Are any such tools out there?
 

marmoset

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Originally posted by ITz The MaN
Are there any unix tools to find out what server software a web server is running? For example, you would type in "apple.com" and it would tell you apple.com is running apache. I've found a website that would tell you what server software a site was running, but I can't find it now. Are any such tools out there?
Yes, you can do this with wget:

wget -S --spider http://www.apple.com

By the way, the site that tracks what software
a given site is running is:

http://www.netcraft.com
 
I didn't know you could do that with wget :). Thanx for your help, and thanx for finding that site!
 

rharder

Do not read this sign.
It looks like Microsoft's had great uptime as has Apple, except for where they were obviously restarting several times a month while getting OS X ready to roll out.

-Rob
 

Fahrvergnuugen

I am the law!
Microsoft's server made it 90 days [once] and has a running average of less than thirty days. OSX's first real run made it 133 days with a running average of 60 days. Not bad for a brand new OS.

Win2K...pffft. what a joke.
 
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