Re: Regd access.log

From: Dancer <>
Date: Tue, 09 Dec 1997 01:34:57 +1000

Malla, Suman wrote:

> Hi All,
> How do I know that an object is fetched from the proxy and not from the
> real server? I want to know the amount of traffic (international i.e. if
> fetched from the real server and local i.e. if fetched from proxy itself)
> made by our proxy server. Well, I went thro' the docs and found two
> interesting parameters Access Log Tags and Hierarchy Data Tags. After
> reading the Release-Notes, I got totally confused. Should I check Access
> Log Tag field or Hierarchy Data Tag field to find out the type of traffic?
> Also, there are too many entries with NONE as a hierarchy Data Tag in the
> access.log file:
> 8890293345.234 133 TCP_HIT/200 12312 GET
> - NONE/- foo/html
> ^^^^
> What does this "NONE" mean? Nothing is said about NONE in docs.

Behold the wisdom of the FAQ:

(But yes. NONE is missing from the FAQ)

NONE means: No server was queried for the object and it was delivered directly
from Squid's cache.


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Received on Mon Dec 08 1997 - 07:45:12 MST

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