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SubjectRe: Filesystem optimization.. - why not optimise squid?
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"Michael O'Reilly" <michael@metal.iinet.net.au> writes:
> Most dbases aren't too good at coping with multi-mega byte items,

True, as far as it goes, but does the majority of your cached data
consist of multi-megabyte items?

I mean, on our squid cache (admittedly smaller and less active than
yours), we see nearly half our objects at 1-2K.

Mike.
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