Re: Acceptable HIT/MISS ratios

From: Oskar Pearson <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 1997 16:15:10 +0200


> > >I was curious to know what most people thought was an acceptable HIT/MISS
> > >ratio for the average cache. My server has around 27% HIT/70% MISS.
> > >Is this what I can expect from general Internet users plus some smaller
> > >ISP's hanging off our backbone?
> Out of curiosity, is there a report on byte count hit/miss? With
> many sites useing SSI | server parsed html the web pages themselves
> tend not to get cached but all of the associated gifs could. On
> many web pages this represents 95+% of the bytes transfered to
> display the page.
Someone was speaking to me about this a while ago... won't netscape
pop up an annoying 'you are now leaving the secure site' for each
graphic on the page then? (ie if your html is on a normal
'http://' site and the graphic on an 'https://' site).

I have never tried this, though... :)

Received on Mon Aug 25 1997 - 07:19:40 MDT

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