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oops caching HTTP proxy server written for performance
Installed size 972
Maintainer Michael Zehrer <zehrer@zepan.org>
Architecture i386
Version 1.5.23.cvs-3
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1), libdb4.3 (>= 4.3.28-1), libgcc1 (>= 1
Suggests calamaris
File name pool/main/o/oops/oops_1.5.23.cvs-3_i386.deb
Description A lightweight but powerful proxy cache. Its main features are: * HTTP/1.1 (without persistent connections yet) and FTP * Fast start. It is ready to serve requests immediately after start. * On-disk storages are checked in background, while serving requests directly from network * Clean reconfiguration on SIGHUP - no broken sessions, new settings applied to new connections * Easy-to-read/understand config file and ACLs * Bandwidth control * Modular structure. Several module types exist: logging, access, output, error reporting, URL filtering, ... * Objects are stored in large files: no file per object scheme. * These large files can be raw devices (like /dev/hda)

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