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Re: [K12OSN] Squid Proxy

Can you review your physical layout again?
I will double check how to get some info out of the squid logs.
The cache _should_ make those pages which have
a) already been accessed 
b) not passed their expiration time
respond the same regardless of the upstream load.

What other types of traffic on the the T1?  What are the other clients?

Jim Wildman, CISSP                                      jim rossberry com
614-404-1897                                     http://www.rossberry.com

On Thu, 23 May 2002, John Pilmore wrote:

> After having no luck with the Apache proxy server, I switched to Squid.
> Wouldn't you know it, I have the same problem as I posted yesterday. As
> the day wears on and the T1 gets saturated with requests, the proxy
> server slows to a crawl as well. At this point I wonder if the Proxy
> server is actually servicing requests or just looks like it is. At about
> 2:20 in the afternoon when school lets out for the day in all three
> districts serviced by this single T1 internet connection, everything
> speeds back up. I am so new to linux, I haven't a clue where to start
> looking. I administer the proxy server through Webmin. Am I forgetting
> something in the conf file that Webmin can't configure? Should I be
> running with 2 network cards instead of 1? Does the unit have to be
> placed in a particular arrangement on the network? Any advice on this
> would be greatly appreciated. Incidentally, I just learned all 3 school
> districts reside behind a firewall/Nat unit.
> Thanks again
> John Pilmore

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