Re: Squid vs Apache

From: Tuomo Pyhala <>
Date: Sun, 16 Nov 1997 14:36:52 +0200 (EET)

> Squid is MUCH MUCH MUCH faster than the Apache cache. Apache's cache is
> still in alpha/beta/testing if I remember right too. Squid is released and
> well tested, and known to work. Also, Squid is specifically intended to
> cache, while Apache does it as an add-on to its primary function of web
> serving.

I was just wondering if apache uses HTTP/1.1 in proxy function too? How
could it affect performance? At least w3 documents show performance boost
when using HTTP/1.1 instead of HTTP/1.0.

P.S: How about squid and HTTP/1.1? Is there some support in 1.2betas?
Received on Sun Nov 16 1997 - 05:02:05 MST

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