+Khargo is an http file server with a GridFS (MongoDB) backend. If you want to
+store files in GridFS and serve them over http, Khargo can help you out.
+Launch Khargo from the command line::
+ 2013/05/06 16:45:41 Connecting to mongodb://localhost:27017/test with strong consistency.
+ 2013/05/06 16:45:41 Listening on :8000
+Khargo accepts four command line arguments
+- consistency. Default: "strong". mgo driver consistency mode. One of eventual, monotonic, or strong. See http://godoc.org/labix.org/v2/mgo#Session.SetMode.
+- dburl. Default: mongodb://localhost:27017/test. See http://godoc.org/labix.org/v2/mgo#Dial for other values.
+- max-age. Default: 31557600. Lifetime (in seconds) for setting Cache-Control and Expires headers. Defaults to one year.
+- port. Default: 8000. Port to listen on.
+Khargo is written in go. The only requirement outside the Go standard library
+ go get labix.org/v2/mgo
+Khargo emits logs to stdout. Log lines look like this::
+ 2013/05/06 15:05:03 10.0.2.2 - GET - /myfile.txt - curl/7.21.4 (universal-apple-darwin11.0) libcurl/7.21.4 OpenSSL/0.9.8r zlib/1.2.5 - - 200 - 14.024ms
+ date time ip - method - path - user agent - referer - status - response time
+The 'mongo' command line client is usually also installed with a mongofiles_
+utility that you can use to upload files to GridFS. Here's an example of using
+it to upload this README file, from one directory up::
+ mongofiles put README.rst --local khargo/README.rst -h mymongoserver --db myfilesdb
+I previously created a Python program called Khartoum_ that could serve GridFS
+files over http. Khargo is a rewrite in Go.
+.. _mongofiles: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/mongofiles/
+.. _Khartoum: https://bitbucket.org/btubbs/khartoum