Squid's new SslBump Peek and Splice for https caching?
Has anyone had any success caching https sites using the new SslBump Peek and Splice method?
Gertjan last edited by Gertjan
SslBump Peek and Splice
I had some time this morning, so I decides that it was time for trying to understand what this 'peek','splice' and 'bump' is all about.
World's biggest search engine was wilkling to help me : what does bump or splice mean ?
A second link was asking that very question pointing to the first link, which was your https://wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/SslPeekAndSplice ...
I read, as explained, the article 3 times.
Pick your poison
, something I did understand.
Btw : caching web pages is something from the past.
These days, a web page is unique, fabricated for you, being valid at that moment, and meaningless, useless afterwards. A browser doesn't cache https pages, a web server doesn't neither. Any one in between is having a hard time.
edit : sorry, I'm not answering your question, was just trying to understand it.