www/squid's cache dir

timp timp87 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 11:26:03 UTC 2015

Ok, so you don't see the difference too, do you?
The point is get rid of dirs which we don't really need for this port,
and place cache to suitable dir which is made in base system for such
Just for order. You think it's bad idea?

2015-07-15 14:08 GMT+03:00 freebsd-ports mailing list [via FreeBSD]
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> On Tue, 14 Jul 2015 21:39:39 -0700 (MST)
> timp wrote:
>> > Squid can use more than one cache directory, so it makes sense to
>> > have the default cache directory as a sub-directory of squid/.
>> Additional cache dirs can be created manually by user in /var/squid, I
>> agree. Like /var/squid/cache{1,2,3} etc whatever.
>> But these dirs can be created manually in /var/cache too. Like
>> /var/cache/squid{1,2,3}. I can't see any difference.
> If you can't see any difference, what the point's in making a change?
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