> pciconf -lv needs to be parsed, this being the hard step, into a string
> that can be sent via HTTP ... this is the hard part because it has to be
> done as/in a shell script ... anyone out there *really* good at shell
Why not doing the parsing on the server?
Is there a limit on the size of an HTTP GET request? If not, the
output of pciconf -v can fit in one single request, done.
And limiting the number of requests, you also limit the amount of data
I'd also go for:
pciconf -l | sed s/\ /+/g | sed s/\ /%09/g| sed s/@/%40/g | sed s/:/%3a/g|
and you get lines like:
That are almost completely URL encoded. Remains to replace the newline
into %0d, and you are done. Result is one line that is around 2000
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