Re: [SLE] On-demand caching local mirror?
- From: Stephen Boddy <stephen.boddy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 14:26:51 +0100
On Thursday 13 July 2006 10:32, Per Jessen wrote:
Stephen Boddy wrote:
squid? I haven't thought it through, but squid was the first thing that
came to mind.
This is somewhat in Squids domain of abilities, but I think you'd have to
twist it into a tortuous configuration. i.e. Restricting to specified
server/paths, cache huge files, remove cache expiry? I have no real practical
experience with Squid to know if this would be a workable answer, and the
docs I've skimmed are of the basic/advanced type, with no middle ground. i.e.
"The default config will work for 95% of you; don't touch" or "parameter
diskumbobulator_expiry_delta regulates the fibrilators affect on widgets",
with no explanation of how it all ties together.
Then you have the issue of configuring YaST to use the proxy, without other
programs using it, as the config is now wholly inappropriate.
Ta for the suggestion though.
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