RE: HTTP Proxy
I think your right about not enough RAM. I have a small system - P133 w/ 96M and it runs squid. The startup and shutdown take a minute or so but after that, it's not a problem.
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On 11/24/2001 at 9:20 AM Dave Smith wrote:
I did try to install that, but it seems a bit power hungry. It killed my box
for 6 or 7 hours until the kernel killed it for being too hungry. I think it
tried to open about 8 to 10 5 Meg processes - It just wasn't physically
possible. What options do I change to make it have only one or two
processes - I have very light web traffic.
PS, I also have some more memory on order, so it won't be a problem for
Cheers for the suggestions,
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> From: Gregory Wood [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 23 November 2001 16:59
> To: Dave Smith; Debian-Isp
> Subject: Re: HTTP Proxy
> Have you looked at squid?
> Greg Wood
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> On 11/21/2001 at 7:59 PM Dave Smith wrote:
> I have a P75 with 24MB memory which acts as a gateway with a
> dialup internet
> connection. I am looking for a web proxy program to run on it. I have been
> using WWWoffle, but found that with a 3 minute timeout set, it sometimes
> reports a timeout after 3 seconds. What I want are
> recommendations for proxy
> programs that I could use.
> It would be a bonus if it was available as a debian package, but I will
> compile stuff that isn't available on debian.
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