Re: squid cache
>>>>> "Russell" == Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Russell> The first match applies.
Ok, thanks. So that means my squid rules have always been correct.
Russell> If you have two machines on the same ethernet then the
Russell> easiest thing to do is to NFS mount
Russell> /var/cache/apt/archives. It means that you only download
Russell> things once, you can keep old versions for downgrading,
Russell> and you can easily control the amount of disk space.
Problem with that is I still need to download Packages, which is huge
Russell> But for squid, one other thing to check is the memory
Russell> usage and the maximum object size. Max object size must
Russell> be less than memory usage. Max object size is max
Russell> cachable size.
I think that everything is under control. Only thing I am not sure of
is how big my archive currently is.
Brian May <email@example.com>