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The goal of the Varnish project is to develop a state-of-the-art, high-performance HTTP accelerator.
Varnish is targeted primarily at the FreeBSD 6 and Linux 2.6 platforms, and will take full advantage of the advanced I/O features offered by these operating systems.
This is the Varnish high-performance HTTP accelerator. Documentation and additional information about Varnish is available on the following web sites: http://www.varnish-cache.org/ Official web site http://varnish.projects.linpro.no/ Developer site and wiki Technical questions about Varnish and this release should be addressed to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Questions abo more»
Important change for 1.1.1 ========================== Varnish now features use of ``-u'' and ``-g'' in the default configuration. If you have customized the defaults you may wish to make these changes yourself. GCC === Varnish requires a GCC-compiler compatible with the compiler used to build varnish with. This means GCC 4.1 on a standard Debian 4.0 system. Io. to be able to backport varnish ho more»
VARNISHADM(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHADM(1) NAME varnishadm SYNOPSIS varnishadm -T address:port command [...] DESCRIPTION The varnishadm utility sends the given command and arguments to the varnishd(1) instance at the specified address and port and prints the results. The following options are available: -T address:port more»
VARNISHD(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHD(1) NAME varnishd — HTTP ac more»
VARNISHHIST(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHHIST(1) NAME varnishhist — Varn more»
VARNISHLOG(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHLOG(1) NAME varnishlog — Displ more»
VARNISHNCSA(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHNCSA(1) NAME varnishncsa — Disp more»
VARNISHREPLAY(1) BSD General Commands Manual VARNISHREPLAY(1) NAME varnishreplay — HT more»