> Are there some other proxy-server without this problem ?
Yes use Harvest cache from http://harvest.cs.colorado.edu/.
It has a quick abort option. Note that this will work with these fancy
pages which send you continuous flow of multipart/mixed gif's ( quasi
> The second question is, how can I cache alle pictures, which transfered with
> HTTP, but no CGI-files. It seemes, the proxy can either cache all
> HTTP-transfers or nothing else HTML-files.
Yes you can specify stop list for harvest cached, and say that any URL
with cgi-bin in it shouldn't be cached
> At this time, after the daily garbage-collection all pictures will be
> erased, but no HTML-files.
> Any ideas or comments ?
> Marry X-Mas from Germany
Merry Christmas from Ukraine
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