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parsing request in videocache instead of squid

by mynullvoid on 2 Jul 2009

at the moment all the request are handled by acl in squid; the problem is that I do not know how to set so that that acl is for which redirect program. perhaps anyone of you can help.

in the meanwhile, can the parsing is done in the instead of in squid.

I only able to run videocache with adzapper after commenting out the videcache acl part; special thanks to Cameron Simpson who assist me in this. Thanks man

2 Answers

by Kulbir Saini on 2 Jul 2009


Currently the parsing is done by videocache and squid both. Even if you comment the acl lines for videocache in squid and pass everything to squid, videocache will work fine without any problems.

Please try and let me know if there is a problem.

Thank You!

by mynullvoid on 3 Jul 2009

At the moment it is running with the acl line commented, the videocache.log looks very long and there are many REQUEST instances in there for everything that squid sees will be forwarded to videocache. Hope it wouldn't cause performance issue.