Re: [squid-users] Squid 3.4.x Videos/Music Booster

From: Eliezer Croitoru <>
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2014 05:29:33 +0300

Hey Fred,

Basically the idea is nice!
I would say that there is a overhead which slows down browsing that can
slowdown loaded systems.
Also instead of responding always with a OK and store-id=URL in a case
of a "non modified storeID" use the "ERR" that will lower the bandwidth
usage and will also reduce squid re-processing of unneeded bits\bytes.

You need to mention that there is a readme file that show the needed
settings in squid or to include this readme file inside the distributed
tgz file.

The idea of this helper using base64 encoding was used in couple other
helpers in the past and which I found very nice.


On 05/30/2014 01:16 PM, Stakres wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just to let you know a free new API to speed up your Video, Music, Image
> files by using the latest Squid 3.4.x release.
> The API is free of use, taking into account 170+ web sites
> ( including YouTube, DailyMotion,
> Vimeo, Vevo, iMDB, etc...
> API Server is based in Netherland reachable for all without any ip rules.
> Please, use the API normally, people trying to hack the API will be
> blacklisted, thanks in advance.
> Bye Fred
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