The cachemgr.cgi is not necessary. I used it more to keep an eye on how big
the cache files were, but I think having this as an appliance would be
great. Now the next thing is to find some decent cases to put this bad boy
Anyone have good links for cases for appliances? I am thinking more
along the lines of 1u type of stuff.
From: Jonathan De Graeve [mailto:Jonathan dot De dot Graeve at imelda dot be]
Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 2:03 PM
To: Jason Brunk
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall] M0n0cache
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Jason Brunk [mailto:jbrunk at wthosting dot com]
> Verzonden: dinsdag 13 december 2005 19:47
> Aan: Jonathan De Graeve; 'm0n0wall'
> Onderwerp: RE: [m0n0wall] M0n0cache
> Pfsense is a litte larger of an application, I have always had to
> it to a Hard drive right from the start, I don't use it anymore
> of the later versions had issues about getting the cache server to
> there was no realy GUI that I saw at all when I was running it. You
> gui to install the package but after that there was no interface for
> controlling squid.
I definitely want a interface :)
> When you disabled it and tried to re-enable it would mess up because
> your squid config was already there, if you changed internal ips it
> acted up.
Certainly isn't what I want ;)
> I would much rather see a nice app with an interface
> written, and would love to see it running with snmp compiled too. I
> query my cache server and generate graphs on cache hits and live hits
> stuff like that. The snmp in squid was nice.
This is what I want to accomplish
>Hopefully the squid
> cachemgr.cgi would be there as well.
Don't think so unless it runs on mini_httpd