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After searching for more than a week, I found the solution in my way using html reports of sarg - Squid Analysis Report Generator, and extracting its data using simple bash script. sarg stores its data in /var/www/sarg directory. To generate monthly report we have to manually use this command: sarg -d 01/08/2015-31/08/2015. After this command I have ...
According to squid wiki page user data quota is under development (see below link). squish can be used to limit data per IP per month. (using squid) Features/Quota - Squid Web Proxy Wiki http://wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/Quota
Probably via a custom helper that squid would call, say http://wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/Redirectors that looks at the client IP, consults a database of how much bandwidth they've used (perhaps parsed from the squid logs by something else), and redirects them to a sorry page if over. This will probably require a bunch of coding, if such code does not yet ...
You're not actually cross-compiling; to cross-compile you need to tell ./configure about your target architecture: ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --host=arm-linux-gnueabi You should then get Makefiles which use arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc, and a resulting squid binary which is appropriate for your ARM device. (Assuming you have all the necessary libraries of ...
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