Tag: Cache

  • Kubernetes – Redis Deployment

    Kubernetes – Redis Deployment

    Need to quickly get started with Redis in your Kubernetes cluster? Here’s an deployment with service: Next, configure your Redis enabled application to use “redis-service” as it’s Redis endpoint. Cache them objects 👾

  • Ubuntu – Remove Snapd

    Ubuntu – Remove Snapd

    When I deploy a new Ubuntu Server, I automatically get this thing called “Snapd”. What is it, some package manager? Whatever it is, I don’t need it on my server. Here’s how to remove it: First, check if you have some Snap packages installed: Second, Remove (if any) installed Snap packages Third, Stop the Snap […]

  • How To: Redirect HTTP Traffic to Proxy Using iptables

    Proxy Madness Using Squid or any other proxy for transparent caching/filtering of HTTP traffic has many benefits, being for logging purposes or the aforementioned use-cases, keeping every client configured can be a nuance. Networking equipment from Cisco and Juniper has the ability to redirect all passing HTTP traffic, in IOS and JunOS respectively, to the […]

  • How To: Linux – View Squid Proxy’s Active Cache Store

    Ever wanted to see whats going through Squid’s cache right at the moment? But get immediately discouraged with all the timestamps, SWAPOUT, RELEASE and other cache variables? I have a one-line for you! ~ # tail -f /var/log/squid/store.log|grep -oE ‘\b(http?)://[-A-Za-z0-9+&@#/%?=~_|!:,.;]*[-A-Za-z0-9+&@#/%=~_|]’ This will print out visited links that passes by squid in real time, it can […]

  • WordPress Plugin – DB Cache Reloaded

    I have tried a number of cache plugins for wordpress, but DB Cache Reloaded has been the best one so far. It caches SQL database requests rather than whole pages, which is how WP Super Cache works, using less memory. This plugin CAN be used with WP Super cache if you really want to, but […]