> On Tue, 19 Sep 1995, Dennis Clark wrote:
> > You can disable Netscape's disk cache by setting its size to 0Kb. Since
> > it is about 5Mb by default, you'll be saving that much disk space by
> > relying solely on the caching proxy. If *EVERYONE* did that, it adds up
> > to a lot of disk space saved on home filesystems.
> So if I have a cache size of 3K, and a proxy cache, then how much is
> stored in my personal cache, and how much in the proxy?
The proxy cache and your personal cache leave home at the same time, and
drive towards each other. If the proxy cache travels at 60k/sec and your
personal cache travels at 30k/sec, and pass each other after 6 minutes,
how far apart are their houses?
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