Re: About "public" & "private"

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 19:24:25 +0100

1. No.

A private object is a object that is not known to be cacheable (or known
to be uncacheable). It is private so that Squid doesn't send the object
to more than one client.

A public object is a object that is known to be cacheable and that can
be sent to more than one client.

2. It does.

3. No reason to change, even for 1.2..

Henrik Nordström
Sparetime Squid Hacker
Hisashi Watanabe wrote:
> My questions are
> 1. Are the assumptions above correct
> 2. If correct , do I have a way to make the Squid to save
>    objects which are sent to "a" client.
>    I mean that once a person on a LAN have gotten an object,
>    I want the Squid to save the object on disk for future
>    use of other clients.
> 3. How is it about the Squid 1.1.x
> I beg your pardon for troubling you, but could you do me
> a favor and mail any information to ?
Received on Fri Dec 19 1997 - 10:48:03 MST

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