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 Book Review: Squid – The Definitive Guide

"Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But in reality things are not that simple. The cache of such a caching proxy server must be configured carefully to really bring performance gains. Web pages change with time; some change once a month, others once a day, and some pages change continuously, such as those generated dynamically by scripts. Thus, you must understand how to dimension the cache, how long to keep pages in the cache, and know which pages to cache or not to cache at all."

 (Submitted by Noel Wed Jun 23, 2004 )


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