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On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 20:17, Herman (ISTD) wrote:
> Yes, this is a real problem ? For your information, my users here are
> used to utilize DAP or Flashget for download. As long as I know, when we
> are using Flashget, for downloading one big file the Flashget would
> initiate several threads in downloading portions of the files.=20
> Of course, one of the workarounds is to limit connection number for your
> clients in squid.conf, but this would be troublesome when you user tried
> to open several browsers at once.
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> Anyone can clarify this ? Is the delaypool limitation for the whole
> squid client computer or only apply for each of connection of the PC
> initiated to squid ?


I have a patch for squid-3.0, that I intend to place into squid-3.1 that
gives both client and server side delay pools, allowing sane use in
accelerator setups.

If you want this for experimentation, it's in my
robertc@squid-cache.org--squid/squid--output-delay-pools--3.0 tla
branch.

Cheers,
Rob
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