On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 10:35 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote:
> Also in the squid.conf:
>  acl toSquirm url_regex ^http://www\.google\..*/(search|images)\?
>  url_rewrite_access allow toSquirm
>  url_rewrite_access deny all
> ... will make Squid not even bother to send URLs to Squirm if they wont be
> changed. Meaning your total traffic can be higher and not bottleneck at the
> URL-rewrite step.
>> Hmmm... now I am wondering whether I could achieve the same effect
>> through a Perl script to call via redirect_program...
> You could. Squirm is faster than the perl alternatives IIRC.

Clever.  Thank you.  I think I'll then stick with Squirm with the
Squid optimization you suggested.



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