From: Donal (redgiant+ilug at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Thu 18 Jul 2002 - 15:04:17 IST
Also you could increase the size of:
in squid.conf. We have ours set to 40Mb which catches a lot of
downloaded software. :)
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 02:49:04PM +0100, Ray Kelly wrote:
> one basic option that I know of is Squidalyser, http://ababa.org/
> This doesn't do everything that you want but I've found
> it useful myself on a number of fronts
> Now it won't hive off things that have been downloaded but
> it your cache is so tuned and you've got the dick space you
> can keep some rather large objects in that.
> It works by going through your squid logs & chucking them into a MySQL db
> with an expiration date (default is one month).
> it's frontend is a perl cgi & from this you can do a "relativly" quick
> search on what's gone through squid & potentially from there save
> stuff from your cache to disk.
> it's also useful to see how much Pr0n your directors are grabbing per hour :)
> another (probably simpler) way is
> "grep interesting_stuff squid/access.log" & from there attack your
> (pruned) output with a proxy configured wget
> I'm pretty sure that this wouldn't be too difficult to script
> le meas
> Ray ...
> Justin MacCarthy wrote:
> > I have a Linux gateway, with squid & firewall & IDS at home. I was
> > wondering is there a way of caching / saving any downloads that are
> > requested from machines on the network and coping the them with their URLs
> > to a central repository.
> > Something like
> > E.G. all rpm are saved to rpms/url_of_rpm/downloadedfile.rpm
> > It there anything that does it? Can you get Squid to do something like this
> Irish Linux Users' Group: ilug at domain linux.ie
> http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug for (un)subscription information.
> List maintainer: listmaster at domain linux.ie
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.6 : Thu 06 Feb 2003 - 13:17:58 GMT