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Ammad 03-09-2005 12:25 AM

comparision
 
any one know about squid vs isa. i listened that squid icp wastes time, whereas isa uses CARP which boosts speed to access object not available locally. any one know best point about squid not available in isa and vice versa.
thanks to All

david_ross 03-10-2005 05:26 AM

Taken from:
http://squid-docs.sourceforge.net/la...tml/c2075.html
Quote:

Squid is particularly good at communicating with other caches and proxies. Numerous inter-cache communication protocols are supported, including ICP (Inter-Cache Protocol), Cache-Digests, HTCP (Hyper-Text Cache Protocol) and CARP (Cache Array Routing Protocol). Each of these protocols has specific strengths and weaknesses; they are more suited to some circumstances than others.
There is lots of information there if you need to set up cache hierachies.


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