Varnish is a high-performance HTTP accelerator

Varnish is an HTTP accelerator. An HTTP accelerator (often called Reverse
Proxy) is an application that stores (caches) documents that have been
requested over the HTTP protocol.

Based on certain criteria the next client requesting the document is either
given the cached document, or a "fresh" document requested from a backend
server. The purpose of this is to minimize the requests going to the backend
server(s) by serving the same document to potentially many users.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
uninit.patch 0000001007 1007 Bytes 11 months
varnish-5.1.2-add-fallthrough-comments.patch 0000005658 5.53 KB over 1 year
varnish-6.4.0.tgz 0003404617 3.25 MB 4 months
varnish.changes 0000019105 18.7 KB 19 days
varnish.logrotate 0000000179 179 Bytes over 4 years
varnish.service 0000000271 271 Bytes about 2 years
varnish.spec 0000006218 6.07 KB 19 days
varnish.sysconfig 0000000763 763 Bytes almost 4 years
varnishlog.service 0000000288 288 Bytes about 2 years
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