If you’re using Squid Cache Proxy as your own proxy server, maybe you’ve experience Squid always returning the old cache even if the website itself already changed. If that’s the case then the only solution is by Purging the old cache from Squid cache. And there’s two method to do this. The first method is by deleting all of your squid cache but this would cause all of your cache lost and i don’t think you want that happen, right ? But don’t worry there’s other alternative and that’s by using PURGE command on squid.
Please see the new post about Installing Squid Proxy on Windows instead for proper version
Here’s another guide again by me to configure / installing Squid Cache Proxy to be an Anonymous Proxy Server and filtering some ads / banners (on Windows not Linux since most Linux users already know about this) :) (more…)