README for the squid-cgi cachemanager package.
This package was seperated from the main squid proxy cache package so
that you can install it on another server than the one squid is
running on, usually your webserver host.
There's some info on the cache manager in the squid FAQ. The relevant
section of the FAQ is installed as /usr/doc/squid-cgi/cachemgrfaq.html.
2. POINTING IT TO YOUR CACHE HOST
The FAQ tells you that if you want to use the cachemgr.cgi program to
connect by default to another host instead of localhost and/or another port
that you should recompile cachemgr.cgi. This is not strictly true; you
can save the output of the initial screen to cachemgr.html, change
the defaults, save it somewhere into your HTML documents tree and call
up that screen instead of cachemgr.cgi.
A sample cachemgr.html is provided in /usr/doc/squid-cgi/examples/
cachemgr.README 1.1 12-Jan-1998 firstname.lastname@example.org