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Subject Re: [users@httpd] What's the difference between mod_cache and the reverse proxy ?
Date Wed, 04 Aug 2004 20:48:44 GMT
Hi Jim.
Thank you for replying.

> I dont know the difference between the two, nor do I know if this is what you
> are looking for, but depending on what SQL server you are running (im going to
> assume mysql, but that may end up biting me in the ass) you may be able to run
> multiple database servers as well to reduce the load on them.

Actually, we've got 8 databases and they are clustered. 
Why I didn't talk about it is that I just wanted readers to be concentrated on answering 
the difference between the mod_cache and the reverse proxy.
(I don't need solutions for databases for now.)

anyways, thank you so much, Jim.


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