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"Is-up" is a command line tool that checks the status of a website or a service. It allows users to determine if a website is up and running or if it is currently experiencing any issues. The tool uses the HTTP or HTTPS protocol to send a request to the specified URL and checks the response status code to determine the website's status. It can be useful for monitoring websites for uptime and detecting any potential downtime incidents. "Is-up" also allows users to specify a specific port number to check if a service is running on that port. It provides a simple and straightforward way to quickly check a website's availability without the need for a full-fledged monitoring system. The tool is lightweight and can be easily installed and used on various operating systems, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. Multiple URLs or ports can be checked simultaneously, providing efficient monitoring for multiple services or websites. Overall, "is-up" is a handy tool for quickly checking the status and availability of websites and services from the command line interface.

List of commands for is-up:

  • is-up:tldr:60983 is-up: Check the status of the specified website.
    $ is-up ${example-com}
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