Re: HTTP Proxy - squid
On Sat, 24 Nov 2001 10:20, 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.
You can tune Squid for different amounts of memory use. When I first used
Squid I had only 16M of RAM and it was fine. Of course it depends on how
many other things you run on the same box.
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