On 0, Fergal Daly <fergal at esatclear.ie> wrote:
> At 06:31 19/02/00 -0500, Subba Rao wrote:
> >I have installed Squid on my system. How do I set the
> >browser to not cache any file and use Squid's cache
> >instead? This will also prove my Squid's caching cofiguration
> >to me.
>> Which browser? Netscape, go to preferences, advanced, cache and zeor the
> disk cache,
Thanks for replying. I set the Browser's (Netscape) to 0, but it looks
like Squid is not cacheing. The ppp0 interface, shows inbound traffic
each time I visit a site. This is not the first time I am going to that
site. I go to the site back and forth to test, and ppp0 shows inbound
traffic. What flags in Squid.conf, should I look for? How do I configure
squid to update the DB every 15 minutes instead of every hour?
Thank you once again.
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