is an HTTP-1.1/FTP proxy server. It features high performance, low latency and a low memory footprint. It caches on large files, up to 16G, or raw disk slices, and it has squid-like ACLs and bandwidth control. It also has reliable operation and a smooth reconfigure routine.
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