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You are right, even with minimal installation, the current FreeBSD requires a minimum of 600 MB, especially if you go for a amd64 release. There is still some options left: Using an "old" 7.x or 8.x (i386) release I tried to install an "old" 7.3 (i386) with everything to minimal and it took 270 MB. Assuming your machine is old enough, you will not care ...


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One method would be to make use of this directive in the squid.conf file to get the log file to show FQDNs instead of the IPs: log_fqdn on Source: http://www.squid-cache.org/Doc/config/log_fqdn/ But this will omit the <IP> <Name> format that you're showing in your question. For that if you look at the documentation for the logformat directive ...


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From here. me@host:~$ date -d @1286536351.746 Fri Oct 8 11:12:31 UTC 2010


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I found this tutorial: How to cache openSUSE repositories with Squid. excerpt How to make your local Squid web cache work with openSUSE repositories and the openSUSE network installation process. In effect, how to run a fully autonomous, local on-demand repository mirror. Even with a high-speed ADSL internet connection, savings of up to 60% are easily ...


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If your OpenSSL library is dynamically linked to the Squid executable then it will use the current OpenSSL library. It has no choice as the older one will have been removed during the system upgrade. On the other hand, if Squid was statically linked at compile time to the OpenSSL library, it will be using the old one. Run:- ldd <path to squid ...


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A Squid can be used for this, however there are some issues you should watch out for : Squid doesn't yet support caching of partial content, so if your app uses range requests instead of downloading the whole file, you'll have some issues. You can configure Squid to fetch the whole file in the cache on a range request, but in this case it'll block until ...


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Looking in the postinst script (/var/lib/dpkg/info/squid3.postinst), this part stands out: cache_dir=`grepconf2 cache_dir /var/spool/squid3` usr=`grepconf cache_effective_user proxy` grp=`grepconf cache_effective_group proxy` if [ "$(stat -c %U $cache_dir)" != "$usr" ] || [ "$(stat -c %G $cache_dir)" != "$grp" ] ; then chown $usr:$grp $cache_dir ...


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The clients' default gateway should be the router and their HTTP proxy should point to the CentOS box. Squid's site has a ton of documentation, including example configurations, a thorough FAQ and a very comprehensive guide for configuring browsers. In regards to a transparent proxy, and an example configuration can be found here and current TPROXY ...



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