Manage Scrapoxy with a GUI


You can access to the GUI at http://localhost:8889/



Enter your password.

The password is defined in the configuration file, key commander.password.



Scrapoxy GUI has many pages:

  • Instances. This page contains the list of instances managed by Scrapoxy;
  • Stats. This page contains statistics on the use of Scrapoxy.

To login page redirects to the Instances page.

Page: Instances



This panel shows the number of instances.

Scrapoxy has 3 settings:

  • Min. The desired count of instances when Scrapoxy is asleep;
  • Max. The desired count of instances when Scrapoxy is awake;
  • Required. The count of actual instances.

To add or remove an instance, click on the Scaling button and change the Required setting:


Status of an instance


Each instance is described in a panel.

This panel contains many information:

  • Name of the instance;
  • IP of the instance;
  • Provider type;
  • Instance status on the provider;
  • Instance status in Scrapoxy.

Scrapoxy relays requests to instances which are started and alived (started + alive).

Type of provider

awsec2 AWS / EC2
ovhcloud OVH Cloud
digitalocean DigitalOcean
vscale VScale

Status in the provider

starting Starting
started Started
stopping Stopping
stopped Stopped

Status in Scrapoxy

alive Alive
dead Dead

Remove an instance


Click on the instance to delete it.

The instance stops and is replaced by another.

Page: Stats

There are 3 panels in stats:

  • Global stats. This panel contains global stats;
  • Requests. This panel contains the count of requests;
  • Flow. This panel contains the flow requests.



This panel has 4 indicators:

  • the total count of requests to monitor performance;
  • the total count of received and sent data to control the volume of data;
  • the total of stop instance orders, to monitor anti-blacklisting;
  • the count of requests received by an instance (minimum, average, maximum) to check anti-blacklisting performance.



This panel combines 2 statistics on 1 chart.

It measures:

  • the count of requests per minute;
  • the average execution time of a request (round trip), per minute.



This panel combines 2 statistics on 1 chart.

It measures:

  • the flow received by Scrapoxy;
  • the flow sent by Scrapoxy.

How to increase the number of requests per minute ?

You add new instances (or new scrapers).

Do you increase the number of requests par minute ?

  • Yes: Perfect!
  • No: You pay instances for nothing.

Do I overload the target website ?

You add new instances (or new scrapers).

Did the time of response increase ?

  • Yes: The target website is overloaded.
  • No: Perfect!