[ILUG] Squid vs Apache2
john at nuatech.net
Fri Jan 4 13:26:33 GMT 2008
I think the caching stuff in Apache got a complete overhaul in 2.2.
Pre 2.2 it was not very efficient.
On Jan 4, 2008 11:40 AM, Brian Scanlan <brian.scanlan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 4, 2008 11:25 AM, Robert Sweetnam <linux at sweetnam.eu> wrote:
> > It depends on what you want to proxy. Squid is a caching proxy and is
> > usually used to connect clients on a network to the internet. Apache
> > mod_proxy can be used for the same purpose without the caching
> > functionality.
> Apache will cache if you tell it to.
> "The forward proxy can also use caching (as provided by mod_cache) to
> reduce network usage."
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