From: Umar Goldeli <>
Date: Sat, 2 Aug 1997 13:31:32 -0500 (EST)


Is there any simple way for squid (or anything else that you may know of)
that will bind to a port (after spawning several copies of itself like the
redirectors with squid) and listen just like squid does - but return only
ONE preset URL regardless of the request?

Also not take any caching space etc... basically something like a really
thinned down version of squid - just running a modified redirector without
the caching space etc, but with multiple copies spawned, to stop blocking.

Is there a way to get the redirectors to do this without squid? Or is
there a way to REALLY thin out Squid? Some options?

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Umar Goldeli
SYNFLUX International P/L.
P.O. Box 98, Five Dock, N.S.W. 2046, Australia
e-mail: 		Phone: +612-9712-2411
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Received on Fri Aug 01 1997 - 21:00:32 MDT

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