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.TH SQUID 8 "Januari 1998" "Squid Cache" "Debian Linux"
.SH NAME
squid \- Internet ObjectCache
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B /usr/sbin/squid
.RB [ \-hsvzCDFRUVY ]
.RB [ \-f\ config-file ]
.RB [ \-[au]\ port ]
.RB [ \-k\ signal ]
.SH DESCRIPTION
.B Squid
is a FTP, HTTP and HTTPS proxy cache. For general information on squid,
please read the very well commented configuration file
.I /etc/squid.conf.
More information can also be found in the files in the directory
.RI /usr/doc/squid
, including a FAQ. Also check out the squid homepage at
.RI http://squid.nlanr.net/.
.SH OPTIONS
.IP \fB-a\ port\fP
Specify ASCII port number (default: 3128).
.IP \fB-b\fP
Buffer log output (default is unbuffered).
.IP \fB-f\ file\fP
Use given config-file instead of /etc/squid.conf
.IP \fB-h\fP
Print help message.
.IP \fB-i\fP
Disable IP caching.
.IP \fB-k\ reconfigure|rotate|shutdown|interrupt|kill|debug|check\fP
Send signal to running copy and exit.
.IP \fB-s\fP
Enable logging to syslog.
.IP \fB-u\ port\fP
Specify ICP port number (default: 3130), disable with 0.
.IP \fB-v\fP
Print version.
.IP \fB-z\fP
Zap disk storage -- deletes all objects in disk cache.
.IP \fB-C\fP
Do not catch fatal signals.
.IP \fB-D\fP
Disable initial DNS tests.
.IP \fB-F\fP
Foreground fast store rebuild.
.IP \fB-R\fP
Do not set REUSEADDR on port.
.IP \fB-U\fP
Unlink expired objects on reload.
.IP \fB-V\fP
Virtual host httpd-accelerator.
.IP \fB-Y\fP
Only return UDP_HIT or UDP_MISS_NOFETCH during fast reload.
.PP
.SH AUTHOR
Many people. Squid is based on the
.I Harvest Object Cache,
and is now being maintained by the
.I National Laboratory for Applied Network Research.