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Re: Squid Proxy server-



You may also want to try to do the SHIFT-RELOAD thing.  Netscape will
dump its local cache of the page and also ask the proxy to force-reload
the page, if I remember correctly.

On Thu, Feb 03, 2000 at 11:01:38AM +1100, Frank Copeland wrote:
> Tom wrote:
> 
> >Okay i have done this before but cant remember what i typed to get it to
> >work.  I need to clear out the cache on my proxy server so that it wont keep
> >showing some items that i have changed.  how do i do this?  Basicaly I think
> >what im looking to do is clear out my proxy cache, but i cant remember how
> >to do that for the life of me.  I am running a squid proxy server.
> 
> $ squidclient -m PURGE url
> 
> However, this shouldn't be necessary. Shift-clicking the reload button in
> Netscape should force a reload regardless of what's cached. If the pages are
> local, try adding your own hostname to the "No Proxy" settings of your
> browser. You can do the same thing with squid using the always_direct config
> setting.
> 
> Frank
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