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Squid Proxy Caching in 2022


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Hellos everyone,

I found this artice on the firestorm wiki about caching using a local proxy server, I just really wanted to try it out to reduce rez times, because the default cache of 9 GB seems to fill out to quickly.

I do have technical understanding, but the FS wiki points to an italian company that doesn't make squid for windows anymore. The best alternative gives me and other users a segmentation error.

I tried compliling it from source, using multiple versions with cygwin64, but there were also issues (Like the c++ version being 17+ and the code being oudated)

Does anyone use an alternative? Is it even worth it in 2022?

For reference:

My CPU still manages to get 3.5 GHz with 4 cores.
My 1070ti is bottlenecked
16 Gbs of DDR3 RAM
a few SSDs and HDDs (FS on SSD)

I have worked with linux before, setting up nginx and similar or related software.

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