how do you get squid to *cache* data?
I tried using the following in my squid configuration:
refresh_pattern \.deb$ 43200 100% 43200 override-lastmod ignore-reload
refresh_pattern Release$ 720 100% 720 override-lastmod ignore-reload
refresh_pattern Packages.gz$ 720 100% 720 override-lastmod ignore-reload
refresh_pattern Sources.gz$ 720 100% 720 override-lastmod ignore-reload
however, I just did a "apt-get update" on one computer, and went
straight to another computer and typed in the same command (same
sources.list file), and now it has to re-download everything again.
How do I stop this? Is there anyway I can find out what is going
wrong? This is no way to reduce my volume charge fees...
Sometimes it caches files, other times it doesn't. There doesn't seem
to be any pattern in size, or anything else I can think of (although
this instance, it is only caching the smaller Packages.gz files).
Thanks in advance.
Brian May <email@example.com>