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The Full Package, Please :)
beno <zope(at)2012.vi>
2006-08-05 17:22:24 [ FULL ]
Hi;
I've installed squid, openssl, pound, zope and apache2 and I'd like them 
all to play nicely together. However, after hours of googling, I can't 
find anyone who's written anything about how to integrate them. Can 
someone please point me to some resources? Or, if not, can someone 
please suggest where I start?
Thanks,
beno

Re: [Pound Mailing List] The Full Package, Please :)
"Ted Dunning" <tdunning(at)veoh.com>
2006-08-05 21:54:56 [ FULL ]
Pretty much you can depend on pound to handle the openssl (even though
apache would do it as well).  If you only have one apache, then you would
only need pound to improve security.  Squid integrates with damned near
anything.  If you are running http instead of https, then squid can go on
the internet side of pound while if you are using https, then squid would
have to go behind the pound instance.

The reason that you don't see anything on the web describing integrating all
of these tools is that they can be used pretty independently of each other.


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Re: [Pound Mailing List] The Full Package, Please :)
Robert Segall <roseg(at)apsis.ch>
2006-08-07 18:29:47 [ FULL ]
On Sat, 2006-08-05 at 11:22 -0400, beno wrote:[...]

I can't imagine why would you want all of them together - Zope and Pound
are usually enough. Add Squid if you have a lot of static content and
performance problems.

As to Google: try searching for the combination "Zope Pound" or "Plone
Pound Squid" - I get a lot of hits with excellent information.[...]

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