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IntelligentMirror: RPM and DEB Caching Improved (0.5)

November 19, 2008

After spending a lot of time with youtube cache, now I am trying to devote some time to update intelligentmirror with required features and enhancements that youtube cache already enjoys. In the same direction here is version 0.5 of intelligentmirror. Improvements Added max_parallel_downloads options to controll the maximum threading fetching from upstream to cache the [...]

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IntelligentMirror Gets Even More Intelligent (1.0.1)

September 23, 2008

Warning : This version of IntelligentMirror is compatible with only squid-2.7 as of now. It is NOT compatible even with squid-3.0. IntelligentMirror Version 1.0.1 I have been following squid development regularly (at least the part in which I am interested) and they have introduced a new directive in squid-2.7 known as StoreUrlRewrite (storeurl_rewrite_program). Using this [...]

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IntelligentMirror: RPM and DEB Caching Improved (0.4)

September 19, 2008

IntelligentMirror version 0.4 is available now. There have been significant improvements in intelligent mirror since last release. Improvements Fixed defunct process problem. You will not see defunct python processes hanging around anymore. Previously every forked daemon used to got defucnt because parent never waited for the forked child to finish. IntelligentMirror now supports caching of [...]

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IntelligentMirror: Available for Testing

August 19, 2008

Note : A newer version of intelligentmirror is available now. Please check this. Intelligent Mirror is basically a tool or squid plugin (redirector) to cache rpm packages so that the subsequent requests for the same package can be served from the local cache which will eventually save a lot of bandwidth and downloading time. Who [...]

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IntelligentMirror: GSOC Project Update

June 2, 2008

Brief Introduction IntelligentMirror can be used to create a mirror of static HTTP content on your local network. When you download something (say a software package) from Internet, it is stored/cached on a local machine on your network and subsequent downloads of that particular software package are supplied from the storage/cache of the local machine. [...]

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