[squid-users] Which protocol uses when Stored-ID object returned by Squid?
yvoinov at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 13:44:24 UTC 2015
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12.08.15 19:39, Eliezer Croitoru пишет:
> On 12/08/2015 16:12, Yuri Voinov wrote:
>> Thank you, Amos, for explanation.
>> It is an exhaustive answer to my doubts.:)
>> So, finally, I can write Store-ID map rules without any protocol prefix,
>> or use any, no matter?
>> I.e., ^https?:\/\/(.*?)\/(.*?)\;(?:.*?)$ anysite$1.SQUIDINTERNAL/$2
> Hey Yuri,
> Yes indeed you can but it's recommended to use some protocol and if
you have an https map it to the right one that will de-duplicate for
> For example there are many sites which offers both https and http for
the same content while redirecting to the https many times instead of http.
> In this case you are better to not save the same object for http and
Hmmmmmm. You want to say will better to have HTTP/HTTPS duplicate rules
for the same content? This can lead problems with YT, for example. And
make storage space bigger...
Now I'm trying to produce some best practice with Store-ID for myself.
This is why this question occurs.
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