Reverse Proxy

Hello

I have a web project in which we have some images taken from a system
file, through rewrite and php (http://img.mydomain.com/a331ad44ef ->
http://img.mydomain.com/index.php?image = a331ad44ef). But to have
thousands of visits was this much loading system. In other similar
projects have used squid as a proxy reverse, but wanted to use this as a
proxy nginx reverse, for caching images for some time and not overload
the system. Could do? This configuration would be correct?. Thank you
very much.

Regards,
Antony.

Ncache is be a nginx modified and having a caching proxy. Maybe that
sollution would be more suitable for you?

P.s. will nginx have some caching proxy module in the future, or will
ncache be required for this?

BR

On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 09:38:02AM +0200, Tit P. wrote:

Ncache is be a nginx modified and having a caching proxy. Maybe that
sollution would be more suitable for you?

P.s. will nginx have some caching proxy module in the future, or will
ncache be required for this?

AFAIK it is planed for 0.7 branch (current development version).

Almir K. wrote:
On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 09:38:02AM +0200, Tit P. 
wrote:
  
Ncache is be a nginx modified and having a caching 
proxy. Maybe that
sollution would be more suitable for you?

P.s. will nginx have some caching proxy module in the future, or will
ncache be required for this?

AFAIK it is planed for 0.7 branch (current development version).
  
As a backport of ncache features or development from scratch? Is Igor working on the feature, or another developer, who?

Is there any interest in caching the files with memcached?

On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 10:10:36AM +0200, Tit P. wrote:

As a backport of ncache features or development from scratch? Is Igor working on the feature, or another developer, who?

igor, and AFAIK it is a from scratch write.

PS asciiribbon.org :stuck_out_tongue:

Sorry, it’s an instant reflex because of retarded Outlook clients :slight_smile:

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