[squid-users] Getting the full file content on a range request, but not on EVERY get ...
yvoinov at gmail.com
Thu May 12 20:02:07 UTC 2016
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in conjunction with hundreds OS's and distros, better to do with
separate dedicated update server. IMHO.
13.05.16 1:56, Hans-Peter Jansen пишет:
> On Freitag, 13. Mai 2016 01:09:39 Yuri Voinov wrote:
>> I suggest it is very bad idea to transform caching proxy to linux
>> distro's or something else archive.
> Yuri, if I wanted an archive, I would mirror all stuff and use local
It was sarcasm. And yes - local mirror is the best approach.
> I went that route for a long time - it's a lot of work to keep up
> and generates an awful amount of traffic (and I did it the sanest way
> - with a custom script, that was using rsync..)
>> As Amos said, "Squid is a cache, not an archive".
> Yes, updating 20 similar machines makes a significant difference with the
> squid as a deduplicated cache - with no recurring work at all.
Agree. Partially. With Solaris I've does it one JumpStart network
server..... Of course, the same technology is rara avis in modern
I now wonder - to sharpen the pencil you too millstone ask? :) My
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