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From "Lazor, Ed" <>
Subject How do you setup caching?
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2002 01:01:26 GMT

I have been trying to figure this out for a week now, with no luck, and
would greatly appreciate any help you can offer.
I understand that Apache serves database driven web pages more quickly using
a proxy / cache.  Most of the tutorials I have found relating to proxy and
caching seem to require that users change the configuration of their
browser's proxy settings.  This would be the standard proxy sitting between
a user and all sites on the Internet, but this is not what I am looking for.
I am trying to do the opposite of this.  I would like to serve pages from
one web site to multiple users through a proxy / cache.  I also want to do
this in a way that is transparent to the visitor.  They access a web site's
main URL, for example, and enjoy the improved
performance without having to know they are going through a proxy / cache.

Please, would you confirm whether this is possible and, if so, what to do to
enable it?



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