Re: [squid-users] NO_CACHE

From: Tiago Durante <>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 11:37:24 -0300


Well I don't think the ACLs name will make any difference... :)

Let me explain what I want. I've this site, lets say "", and
I don't want squid to cache it. It isn't by my internal network that
I'll know what's going to cache or not, but I'll know the external
hosts that I shouldn't cache.

So, what I need is tell my squid: "Dude, please don't cache
'', ok!?" :)

I'll show all the ways that I've tried...

# 1
acl dontcachemrsquid dstdomain
cache deny dontcachemrsquid

# 2
acl dontcachemrsquid dstdomain
no_cache deny dontcachemrsquid

# 3
acl dontcachemrsquid src
cache deny dontcachemrsquid

# 4
acl dontcachemrsquid src
no_cache deny dontcachemrsquid

But I don't know if it's working... Doesn't seems like at least,
because the page, that is a horrible system made by some people here,
can't work with cache and get all crazy and unformatted when reached
by squid. :(

What should I see at access.log? There is anybody using such a configuration?

Thanks a lot you all!!!!!!!!

All the best!

Tiago Durante
Perseverance is the hard work you do after you
get tired of doing the hard work you already did.
-- Newt Gingrich
>  Whay are you naming it all_cache? Seems confusing since its the opposite of
> what you are wanting and not what is inside it either?
>  How about "acl localnet src" ?
>  Amos
>  --
>  Please use Squid 2.6.STABLE19 or 3.0.STABLE4
Received on Wed Apr 30 2008 - 14:37:27 MDT

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