> I think what I want must be eminently measurable. The total bytes served
> from squid is the sum of the sizes all the hits + all the misses.
> If there'd
> been no squid, every cache hit would have resulted in a fetch from the
> internet, so the bandwidth gained is =
>> cache item size X number of hits for that item
How about installing cachemgr.cgi and looking at the "General Runtime
Information" stats? Request hit ratio and byte hit ratio might
be what you are looking for.
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