Re: largest deployment?

From: Jacob Suter <>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 18:39:48 -0500

Squid is virtually unlimited, especially 1.2 since it can support
multiple storage directories. You could have 14 9gb drives in seperate
partitions (not RAID'ed or CCD'ed) load balanced with squid 1.2. I'm
fixing to exploit that between two 4.3GB UDMA 5400 RPM drives (not
really hot, but for my purposes its fine) on my primary squid cache.


Phillip Chen wrote:
> Hi there,
> I wish to know what is the largest Squid deployment at present
> in term of storage. If you think you have a huge array of disks
> in operation, please give me a line: what file system/OS/CPU box
> you are using, etc. As we know Squid is designed for general
> purpose file system, the question is: is there a threshold or
> limit for such architecture to scale? should be yes, then what
> is it?
> Thanks in advance.
> Phillip
> A&T Systems, USA
Received on Mon Apr 20 1998 - 16:34:26 MDT

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