What is wget and How to use wget command in Linux(20 Popular wget examples)

In this article, I will take you through what is wget and how to use wget command in Linux(20 Popular wget examples). wget is an interactive command line tool used for downloading files in Linux. This utility can be used in almost all of the Linux Based Environments and find many uses in accomplishing day to day Linux admin tasks.

What is wget

wget is a command line utility tool to retrieve files using http, https and ftp protocol from web server. It was developed as part of GNU Project.

wget syntax

wget [option]… [ URL ]…

What is wget and How to use wget command in Linux(20 Popular wget examples) 1

wget command in Linux Examples

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Example 1: Check wget command version

In this wget command examples, you will know how to use wget to find out the current installed version using -V wget option as shown below. As you can see from output, current version is 1.14.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -V
GNU Wget 1.14 built on linux-gnu.

+digest +https +ipv6 +iri +large-file +nls +ntlm +opie +ssl/openssl

Wgetrc:
/etc/wgetrc (system)
Locale: /usr/share/locale
Compile: gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DSYSTEM_WGETRC="/etc/wgetrc"
-DLOCALEDIR="/usr/share/locale" -I. -I../lib -I../lib -O2 -g -pipe
-Wall -Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fexceptions -fstack-protector-strong
--param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -grecord-gcc-switches -m64 -mtune=generic
Link: gcc -O2 -g -pipe -Wall -Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fexceptions
-fstack-protector-strong --param=ssp-buffer-size=4
-grecord-gcc-switches -m64 -mtune=generic -lssl -lcrypto
/usr/lib64/libssl.so /usr/lib64/libcrypto.so /usr/lib64/libz.so
-ldl -lz -lz -lidn -luuid -lpcre ftp-opie.o openssl.o http-ntlm.o
../lib/libgnu.a

Copyright (C) 2011 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

Originally written by Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic@xemacs.org>.
Please send bug reports and questions to <bug-wget@gnu.org>.

Example 2: How to use wget to download a file

In this wget example, I will show you how to use wget to simply download a file from webserver. Here we are trying to download Kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz file in current directory from below mentioned URL.

[root@localhost ~]# wget https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 05:22:08-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.27MB/s in 3.2s

2020-04-04 05:22:12 (2.27 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 3: Using wget command to Redirect all the output to a file

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option -o to log all the download event messages in a file instead of showing them in console output. Here we are redirecting all the output from wget command to kafka.log file in current directory.

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[root@localhost ~]# wget https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz -o kafka.log

If you open Kafka.log file, you will see below output.

[root@localhost ~]# cat kafka.log
--2020-04-04 05:24:24-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

0K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 0% 168K 44s
50K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 1% 296K 35s
100K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 1% 6.56M 23s
150K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 2% 4.33M 18s
200K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 3% 355K 18s
250K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 3% 9.33M 15s
300K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 4% 1.96M 13s
350K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 5% 5.19M 12s

Example 4: Using wget command option -q to download file quietly

In this wget example, you will know how to use wget option -q to download a file quietly without showing any messages on the console output. We are trying to download Kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz but due to -q option nothing will be visible in the output.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -q https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz

Example 5: Using wget command option -d to debug download file

In this wget example, you will know how to use wget option -d to enable debug mode during file retrieval from remote web server. This option will be particularly useful to debug any issue in case you are facing during file retrieval from webserver.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -d https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
DEBUG output created by Wget 1.14 on linux-gnu.

URI encoding = ‘UTF-8’
Converted file name 'kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz' (UTF-8) -> 'kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz' (UTF-8)
Converted file name 'kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz' (UTF-8) -> 'kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz' (UTF-8)
--2020-04-04 05:33:03-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Caching downloads.apache.org => 88.99.95.219 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
Created socket 3.
Releasing 0x0000000001b347b0 (new refcount 1).
Initiating SSL handshake.
Handshake successful; connected socket 3 to SSL handle 0x0000000001b47340
certificate:
subject: /OU=Domain Control Validated/OU=PositiveSSL Wildcard/CN=*.apache.org
issuer: /C=GB/ST=Greater Manchester/L=Salford/O=Sectigo Limited/CN=Sectigo RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA
X509 certificate successfully verified and matches host downloads.apache.org

---request begin---
GET /kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: Wget/1.14 (linux-gnu)
Accept: */*
Host: downloads.apache.org
Connection: Keep-Alive

---request end---
HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
---response begin---
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2020 14:38:01 GMT
Server: Apache
Last-Modified: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 18:49:30 GMT
ETag: "755870-5a098b25140d8"
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Content-Length: 7690352
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
Keep-Alive: timeout=15, max=100
Connection: Keep-Alive
Content-Type: application/x-gzip

---response end---
200 OK
Registered socket 3 for persistent reuse.
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 3.42MB/s in 2.1s

2020-04-04 05:33:06 (3.42 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 6: Using wget command option -c to resume partially downloaded File

In this wget example, you will know how to use wget option -c to resume partially downloaded file in Linux. You might have seen many use cases where due to some unknown issue file download might get interrupted sometimes. In those cases you can use this option to resume and complete your download from same place.

[root@localhost ~]# wget https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 05:41:39-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

9% [===========> ] 761,856 732KB/s ^C

Now resume the above partially downloaded file which was interrupted at 9% using -c option as shown below.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -c https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 05:41:48-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 206 Partial Content
Length: 7690352 (7.3M), 6264944 (6.0M) remaining [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[+++++++++++++++++++++++=======================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.34MB/s in 2.6s

2020-04-04 05:41:51 (2.34 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 7: Using wget command to track the progress of download using dot indicator

In this wget example, you will know how to use wget option --progress to change the progress indicator from default bar indicator to dot indicator as you can see below.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --progress=dot https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 05:49:59-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

0K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 0% 167K 45s
50K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 1% 345K 33s
100K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 1% 3.36M 23s
150K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 2% 1.50M 18s
200K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 3% 477K 17s
250K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 3% 4.64M 15s
300K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 4% 6.78M 13s
350K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 5% 1.97M 11s
400K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 5% 462K 12s
450K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 6% 10.9M 11s
500K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 7% 3.92M 10s

Example 8: Check if the File Exists using –spider option

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option --spider to check if the file exists in remote server or not. If it exists it will show Remote File exists and if it does not exist, it will show Remote file does not exist.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --spider https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Spider mode enabled. Check if remote file exists.
--2020-04-04 05:53:44-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Remote file exists.

Example 9: Using wget command to limit your bandwidth

Sometimes you might want to limit your download bandwidth to reduce the network stress. In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option --limit-rate wget to achieve that.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --limit-rate=20 https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 06:49:43-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

0% [ ] 240 18.3B/s eta 4d 21h

Example 10: Check Server Response using wget command

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option -S to check server response while downloading file from remote server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -S https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-04 07:17:53-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2020 16:14:47 GMT
Server: Apache
Last-Modified: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 18:49:30 GMT
ETag: "755870-5a098b25140d8"
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Content-Length: 7690352
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
Keep-Alive: timeout=15, max=100
Connection: Keep-Alive
Content-Type: application/x-gzip
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 3.36MB/s in 2.2s

2020-04-04 07:17:56 (3.36 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 11: Do not Use Proxy while using wget command

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option --no-proxy to avoid going through the proxy while trying to download files from the remote server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --no-proxy https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-07 17:57:45-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.69MB/s in 2.7s

2020-04-07 17:57:49 (2.69 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 12: Do not use dns cache while using wget command

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option --no-dns-cache to skip using dns cache while downloading files from web server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --no-dns-cache https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-07 18:00:13-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.19MB/s in 3.3s

2020-04-07 18:00:18 (2.19 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 13: Skip Cookies(wget command examples)

In this wget command examples, you will see how to see wget option --no-cookies to skip cookies while trying to download file from remote server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --no-cookies https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-07 18:02:01-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 1.54MB/s in 6.2s

2020-04-07 18:02:08 (1.18 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 14: Skip Server Cache

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option --no-cache to skip server cache while trying to download file from remote server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --no-cache https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-07 23:04:46-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.71MB/s in 2.7s

2020-04-07 23:04:50 (2.71 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 15: Retrieve Files in background using wget command

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option -b to download the files in background.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -b https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Continuing in background, pid 32303.
Output will be written to ‘wget-log’.

You can check the logs by tailing wget-log.

[root@localhost ~]# tail -f wget-log
7200K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 96% 2.12M 0s
7250K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 97% 5.84M 0s
7300K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 97% 12.1M 0s
7350K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 98% 8.81M 0s
7400K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 99% 1.38M 0s
7450K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 99% 8.37M 0s
7500K .......... 100% 219M=2.8s

2020-04-08 03:01:50 (2.61 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 16. Using URL from file 

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget -i option to take the input URL from a file and then retrieve the files from that URL. This option generally used when you want to download files from multiple URL. You can mention all of those URLs in a file and then download using a single command.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -i download.txt
--2020-04-08 03:11:50-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[====================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 3.23MB/s in 2.3s

2020-04-08 03:11:53 (3.23 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

FINISHED --2020-04-08 03:11:53--
Total wall clock time: 2.9s
Downloaded: 1 files, 7.3M in 2.3s (3.23 MB/s)

You can check the URL list in download.txt file.

[root@localhost ~]# cat download.txt
https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz

Example 17. Skip Certificate Check

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option --no-check-certificate to skip certificate checking while trying to retrieve file from remote web server.

[root@localhost ~]# wget --no-check-certificate https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-08 03:18:19-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[====================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 3.09MB/s in 2.4s

2020-04-08 03:18:22 (3.09 MB/s) - ‘kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 18: Retrieve File in different directory using -P option

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option -P to retrieve files from remote web server. Here we are trying to download Kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz file in a different /home/centos directory instead of downloading in local directory.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -P /home/centos https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-08 03:25:31-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘/home/centos/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’

100%[====================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.22MB/s in 3.3s

2020-04-08 03:25:35 (2.22 MB/s) - ‘/home/centos/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 19: Save File with different name using -O option

In this wget command examples, you will see how to use wget option -O to save file with different name locally. Here we are trying to download Kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz file with a different name example.tgz as shown below.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -O example.tgz https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
--2020-04-08 03:33:57-- https://downloads.apache.org/kafka/2.4.1/kafka-2.4.1-src.tgz
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (wget command examples)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 7690352 (7.3M) [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: ‘example.tgz’

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 7,690,352 2.59MB/s in 2.8s

2020-04-08 03:34:01 (2.59 MB/s) - ‘example.tgz’ saved [7690352/7690352]

Example 20: Mirroring a Website using -m option

In this wget example, you will see how to use wget option -m to mirror entire https://downloads.apache.org/ website. Here we are trying to mirror entire contents of downloads.apache.org.

[root@localhost ~]# wget -m https://downloads.apache.org/
--2020-04-08 04:11:38-- https://downloads.apache.org/
Resolving downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)... 88.99.95.219, 2a01:4f8:10a:201a::2
Connecting to downloads.apache.org (downloads.apache.org)|88.99.95.219|:443... connected.
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Loading robots.txt; please ignore errors.
--2020-04-08 04:11:39-- https://downloads.apache.org/robots.txt
Reusing existing connection to downloads.apache.org:443.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
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--2020-04-08 04:11:39-- https://downloads.apache.org/_img/header.svg
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HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
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