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

Official Volunteer
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
 

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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