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Offline omnia

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Squid performance
« on: January 06, 2005, 10:54:38 AM »
hi there,

im a newbie in linux, i have just run squid on redhat 9 and i enable wccp and it works fine ,the problem just i dont notice difference in squid performance comparing with cache express on windows so i need to know how to measure the performance in squid.
and if i need to change anything in squid.conf to increase the performance  like cache_dir or cache_mem
Btw  i but them  cache_dir ufs /var/spool/squid 2048 16 256
cache_mem 256 MB


also another thing my cache.log keep displaying Config 'request_header_max_size'= 51200 bytes.
 Request header is too large (52560 bytes)


what can i do? :roll: