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Old 08-26-2015, 04:55 AM   #1
imchandan
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Squid Different Cache Directory


Hi,
I am currently serving lot of sites from Squid Reverse Proxy layer and I want to be able to clear cache for any specific site.
Suppose i serve www.google.com www.aol.com www.yahoo.com from Squid and i want to clear whole cache of only www.google.com, There is tool named "Purge" but it doesn't work properly on production servers.
Is there a way, i can store squid cache in specific folders sitewise , like:
/var/cache/squid/www.yahoo.com
/var/cache/squid/www.google.com
/var/cache/squid/www.aol.com

if this can be achieved, in order to clear whole cache of specific site, i can delete and re-create cache folder of only that site.
Akamai CDN uses this method but i am not sure how to do it.

Thanks ,
Chandan
 
  


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