Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS 7 users can now install httpry 0.1.8 in EPEL 7 Beta. The new httpry version is also available for RHEL/CentOS 6 and supported Fedora versions (19, 20, 21 branched, and rawhide).
Configuring EPEL on a RHEL/CentOS server is easy. Follow the instructions on EPEL’s site and install the epel-release RPM that matches your OS release version.
If you haven’t used httpry before, check the output on Jason Bittel’s site. It’s a handy way to watch almost any type of HTTP server and see the traffic in an easier to read (and easier to grep) format.