Re: Squid-2.6 merge fest, and policy (cleanup time)

From: Adrian Chadd <>
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 20:50:22 -0700

On Wed, Apr 03, 2002, Joe Cooper wrote:

> I couldn't crash it with a polymix-4. Both commloops and
> chunked_mempools seems to have a harder time during fills than the older
> Squids, but otherwise performance is very much equivelent.

harder time during fills?

> > This may be tricky to do without my next couple of changes to
> > -HEAD to support this. Actually, when I manage to split out the
> > http headers from the body, this suddenly becomes _much_ nicer
> > to do.
> Doesn't this also make te (among other inline content trickery) much easier?

Oh baby, oh baby, yes.

> I'd like to see ranges back as soon as possible--in accelerators this
> can have a huge impact. (Flashget and such can destroy hit ratio
> without it.)

I agree. Ranges _need_ to be supported. But, if any headway was
to be made reworking the APIs to be flexible in the long run,
it needed to come out. I'll reimplement support for them when the
rest of the codebase has been tidied up.

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