RE: Squid vs Apache

From: Barrie Hall <>
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 09:00:58 +1100

I don't see a conflict between squid and apache. I provide local web services to a group of about 30 people on port 80 and also run squid on the same Linux box as a cache talking to a single parent over a 128k ISDN link to another squid run by our ISP..
 Works very well..

From: Miles Lott[]
Sent: Saturday, 15 November 1997 15:34
Subject: Squid vs Apache

Having run Squid for a couple of weeks, and now using Apache to serve a
single document to the masses, I am wondering what is the advantage of Squid
vs using Apache's caching feature? Is is performance or the ability to
join a cache
hierarchy? Granted it has been a relatively trouble-free operation. I am
curious as to your feelings or fact pointers. This is as relates to
caching for a
medium-sized corporate LAN using a tiny ISDN trickle...
Received on Mon Nov 17 1997 - 14:15:02 MST

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