Re: Moving Files into the cache

From: Cord Beermann <cord@dont-contact.us>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 1997 07:51:32 +0200 (MET DST)

Hallo! Du (Arvid Stwe) hast geschrieben:

>> > Could you please explain a little bit about wget?
>> It's a program that allows you to download files to disk...
>> (either with or without a cache)

>This does the exact opposite of what I want. The files I want to copy to
>the cache are already on my disk. I want other users of my LAN to get
>those files via my squid without an active connection to the net.

Due to Squids internal use of cache-files, you'd have to write
something that moves the files in your squid and generates an
appropriate line in the cache/log.

I'd suggest to setup a small ftp-Server and put the files in that,
so everone can get the files from there.

Cord

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Received on Tue Jun 24 1997 - 22:52:54 MDT

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