Re: [squid-users] Question

From: Pieter De Wit <>
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2008 06:50:58 +0200

Amos Jeffries wrote:
> Monah Baki wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We have 2 squid servers running 2.7 stable 5. One is locally in our
>> data center, the other is located remotely on the clients network. Is
>> it possible to have whatever cached objects our local server has be
>> replicated on the client?
> Each squid caches what it can from any data source.
> If traffic flows through your squid on its way to the client, the
> objects will propagate down.
> Or, if you setup both squid as peers with client squid to prefer
> sourcing data from your squid's cache, it will propagate across.
I think what Monah wanted was the ICP setup. Look at they explain all
the cache_peer settings there. iirc, you are looking for sibling
>> If yes, in my squid.conf, what should I look for?
The above link has examples
> depends on your cache_peer config. PARENT_HIT or SIBLING_HIT or
> similar source retrieval entries when the objects were retrieved.
> They become regular local TCP*_HIT entries while cached.
> Amos

Cheers !
Received on Fri Nov 07 2008 - 04:51:09 MST

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