[squid-users] caching videos over https?
bakhtiyor.h at gmail.com
Sun Nov 20 08:15:47 UTC 2016
thanks all you guys for your activity ;)
btw, also i noticed that about videocache written on official wiki.
> A more polished, mature and expensive! version of this is available
commercially as VideoCache <http://cachevideos.com/>. *by JoshuaOSullivan*
On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 11:00 AM, Garri Djavadyan <garryd at comnet.uz> wrote:
> On 2016-11-20 03:18, Yuri Voinov wrote:
>> That's why I said that the development of the Indian - fake.
> Yuri, first of all, your comment is outright _lie_ without justifications.
> Second, the developer has a name - Kulbir, and I believe, nationality of
> the developer is not relevant. Kulbir Saini, also wrote a book for
> beginners , directly referred on http://www.squid-cache.org/.
> I used the product and can confirm it worked well. The product is no
> longer actively developing and the code was moved to GitHub . Youtube
> support was officially dropped. Below is brief description of product's
> 1. It adjusts refresh patterns to force video content caching, although
> the cached content could not be used by clients directly.
> 2. It continuously monitors for access.log to gather URLs and to count
> number of requests to the same URL.
> 3. The URL gets into the queue only if it was accessed configured number
> of times by a client.
> 4. It calculates exact location on the cache store for each URL and copies
> object directly from cache store to configured web server storage.
> 5. Next time, if it will detect request to already cached (on web server)
> object, URL rewriter redirects a client to the web server.
>  https://www.packtpub.com/squid-proxy-server-31-beginners-guide/book
>  https://github.com/kulbirsaini/videocache
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