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Old 11-29-2012, 12:46 PM   #1
pendrive
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problem in getting squids hit rates per each host


Hi squid experts and of course all (what the hell

I have a squid server that I use it as accelerator and it has configured with cache_peer directives to accelerate two origin servers.

everything is doing great. but when I come to get some monitoring information using cache_object header:

Code:
telnet cacheserver-address.com 80
GET cache_object://cached_host1.com/info
and it gives me the hit rates as well

and then I came to test the second cached host. so did:

Code:
telnet cacheserver-address.com 80
GET cache_object://cached_host2.com/info
but it gives the same hit rates and then I figured out that it just gives me the total hit rates, not per host.

So is there a way to get hit rates per each host?

Last edited by pendrive; 11-29-2012 at 12:51 PM. Reason: make it more readable
 
  


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