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comment Make squid (or tinyproxy) return cache EVERYTHING and return hits on Internet outage
Perfect for my situation - I have a web scraper written in Python, so I use squid as proxy. Now I can rerun my script on historic data, without having to harass the web server with new requests. It's really quite a saver - it minimizes the traffic seen on the web server, and it makes testing tweaks to the parsing code locally much faster on my end. Since all the data is historic and from 2014 at the latest, there is no worry that I might be missing updates. Missing updates is good - I want the data as it was seen.
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comment Make squid (or tinyproxy) return cache EVERYTHING and return hits on Internet outage
@HBruijn, thank you so much! That answer I would accept, it works beautifully.
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comment Make squid (or tinyproxy) return cache EVERYTHING and return hits on Internet outage
Oh, the dreaded -1 with no comment. What was wrong with this question?
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revised Make squid (or tinyproxy) return cache EVERYTHING and return hits on Internet outage
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asked Make squid (or tinyproxy) return cache EVERYTHING and return hits on Internet outage
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comment Dedicated memory for Xen dom0?
And when there is no grub.conf because it's Ubuntu and Grub2?
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revised Are there any drawbacks to running memcached on a Unix domain socket instead of the network (assuming one server)?
network ... sockets are also sockets...
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