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Squid WWW Proxy Server
http://www.squid-cache.org/

Squid is a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and more. It reduces bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing frequently-requested web pages. Squid has extensive access controls and makes a great server accelerator.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)

Filename Size Changed Actions
README.kerberos 2.4 KB about 4 years ago Download File
pam.squid 165 Bytes about 5 years ago Download File
squid-3.5.20.tar.xz 2.21 MB about 2 months ago Download File
squid-3.5.20.tar.xz.asc 830 Bytes about 2 months ago Download File
squid-brokenad.patch 4.68 KB over 1 year ago Download File
squid-config.patch 1.27 KB about 2 months ago Download File
squid-old-kerberos.patch 782 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
squid-rpmlintrc 250 Bytes 4 months ago Download File
squid.changes 105 KB about 1 month ago Download File
squid.init 5.49 KB about 4 years ago Download File
squid.init.rh 3.75 KB over 2 years ago Download File
squid.keyring 5.06 KB almost 4 years ago Download File
squid.logrotate 352 Bytes about 1 year ago Download File
squid.permissions 145 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
squid.service 670 Bytes over 2 years ago Download File
squid.spec 15.3 KB about 1 month ago Download File
squid.sysconfig 416 Bytes about 4 years ago Download File
unsquid.pl 4.92 KB about 4 years ago Download File

Latest Revision

buildservice-autocommit accepted request 415075 27 days ago (revision 110)
baserev update by copy to link target

Comments for server:proxy (12)

Bruno Friedmann bruno_friedmann wrote almost 3 years ago

Wrong package description

The Package description need to be adjusted to correct 3.3x informations

Christian Wittmer computersalat wrote about 2 years ago

Whats wrong about this description ? Its the 3.4 Release and the description is showing the 'new features' above 3.3

Lars Müller lmuelle wrote about 2 years ago

I would avoid any reference to a particular version number as this will be rotten soon after.

Bruno Friedmann bruno_friedmann wrote about 2 years ago

Well for sure it need adjustment but quickly resume the changes compared to previous version. So people better knows if they want to go to this one or pick previous version still present in the repository. At least it's like this I saw it.

Lars Müller lmuelle wrote about 2 years ago

It's superfluous. As the reference to 3.3 is. You see the version number from the main tar ball in the list of files some lines later.

I also suggest to nuke the 'First STABLE release Date: 08 Dec 2013' line. What's the added value?

@Chris: please adjust.

Christian Wittmer computersalat wrote about 2 years ago

It always depends on the point of view. For my point of view it is not superfluous. The description is showing the 'enhancements' above the 3.3 release. For me this is important info. Whats wrong about to have this info ? Information is taken from http://www.squid-cache.org/Versions/v3/3.4/RELEASENOTES.html#s2

Christian Wittmer computersalat wrote about 2 years ago

3.3 is 'old version'. current 'stable version' is 3.4

Christian Wittmer computersalat wrote about 2 years ago

I maintain this package for years now. And so far no description was 'rotton soon'. I can not see your problem.

Lars Müller lmuelle wrote about 2 years ago

Please see this discussion as a suggestion to enhance the description.

It's up to you if you duplicate information which you also could link.

But in the case of the 'First STABLE release Date' line I'm missing the value. But you might have one in mind.

httkl httkl wrote almost 2 years ago

Is there some problem with the latest build?

If I try to start squid-3.4.4-61.1.x86_64 on openSUSE 13.1 I get "invalid machine opcode" ("ungültiger Maschinenbefehl").

This is on 3 different servers, (two with Xeon E5420 cpu / one with Core 2 Duo E7500).

( Rolled back to (fortunately saved) squid-3.4.4-57.1. )

Jack Lee nocheck wrote 12 months ago

squid-3.5.8.tar.xz SLE_12

[ 499s] squid.x86_64: I: binary-or-shlib-calls-gethostbyname /usr/sbin/ntlm_smb_lm_auth [ 499s] squid.x86_64: I: binary-or-shlib-calls-gethostbyname /usr/bin/purge [ 499s] squid.x86_64: I: binary-or-shlib-calls-gethostbyname /usr/lib64/squid/cachemgr.cgi [ 499s] The binary calls gethostbyname(). Please port the code to use getaddrinfo(). [ 499s] [ 499s] 2 packages and 0 specfiles checked; 1 errors, 9 warnings. [ 499s] [ 499s] ### WATCHDOG MARKER START ### [ 502s] [ 480.071819] SysRq : Power Off [ 502s] [ 480.077708] reboot: Power down [ 503s] ### WATCHDOG MARKER END ###