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Varnish Cache stores web pages in memory so web servers don't have to create the same web page over and over again. Varnish serves pages much faster than any application server; giving the website a significant speed up.
Some of the features include: * A modern design * VCL - a very flexible configuration language * Load balancing with health checking of backends * Partial support for ESI - Edge Side Includes * URL rewriting * Graceful handling of "dead" backends
This is Varnish Cache, the high-performance HTTP accelerator. Documentation and additional information about Varnish is available on http://www.varnish-cache.org/ Technical questions about Varnish and this release should be addressed to <email@example.com>. Questions about commercial support and services related to Varnish should be addressed to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
varnish (2.1.3-2) lucid; urgency=low Varnish will no longer start by default when installed. Edit /etc/default/varnish, and set START=yes to enable varnishd at boot. This may also affect you after upgrading if you never have changed /etc/default/varnish, or if you accepted changes to /etc/default/varnish during upgrade. -- Stig Sandbeck Mathisen <email@example.com> Thu, 29 Jul 2010 01 more»
VARNISHADM(1) VARNISHADM(1) NAME varnishadm - Control a running varnish instance SYNOPSIS varnishadm [-t timeout] [-S secret_file] [-T address:port] [-n name] [command [...]] DESCRIPTION The varnishadm utility establishes a CLI connection to var‐ nishd either using -n name or using the -T and -S arguments. more»
VARNISHD(1) VARNISHD(1) NAME varnishd - HTTP more»
VARNISHHIST(1) VARNISHHIST(1) NAME varnishhist - Va more»
VARNISHLOG(1) VARNISHLOG(1) NAME varnishlog - Dis more»
VARNISHNCSA(1) VARNISHNCSA(1) NAME varnishncsa - D more»
VARNISHREPLAY(1) VARNISHREPLAY(1) NAME varnishreplay - more»