Bjoern Voigt wrote:
What do you think, is a Squid caching proxy server
still useful these
We use it to cache the openSUSE repos. Have been for maybe 4-5 years.
Personally I used the Squid caching proxy for SOHO
SuSE/openSUSE last time some years ago. Internet bandwidth is still
limited and never enough. But I am unsure, if it's worth to setup
Squid caching proxy servers today.
That is the wrong question to ask - if you already have such a setup, it
will benefit you. If you don't have it, I think you do need a certain
criticial mass for it to be useful. (useful = saving time for your
Per Jessen, Zürich (9.8°C)
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