Re: [SQU] acl never_direct for a jvm

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 10:51:24 +0100

Mirror the JVM and applet to a local server, and then use a redirector
helper to tell Squid to look at the local server instead when it sees
requests for these files.

Only works if the connection is http:, if it is https: then there is
nothing you can do.

Henrik Nordstrom
Squid hacker
michel guilhem wrote:
> my problem is the following :
> Through the squid i have to permit an access to a site with a line at
> 512 ko/s
> but at the first time to use this site , the first action is a loading
> of a specific jvm ( 9 Mo ) for oracle and at each connexion a loading of
> an applet is necessary ( 1 Mo ) so is it possible to put this jvm and
> the applet in the cache of the squid and to operate a redirection .
> thank you very much for the response
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