On Sun, Jul 16, 2000 at 02:50:22AM +0300, Stelios Bounanos wrote: > > A note to the original poster: since junkbuster works by matching URLs > to regexps in the blockfile, it would probably be more efficient to have > wwwoffled forward requests to junkbuster and not the other way around. > > Otherwise you download (and cache) the stuff that you don't want to see. Isn't that backwards? You have Junkbuster forward requests to wwwoffled. Junkbuster will only make requests for URLs that aren't blocked, so wwwoffled will never see a request for Junkbuster-blocked URLs. If wwwoffled requests from junkbuster, then all the Junkbuster "This URL is blocked" messages will be cached by wwwoffled... -- finger for GPG public key.
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