Web proxy caching: the devil is in the details

@article{Cceres1998WebPC,
  title={Web proxy caching: the devil is in the details},
  author={Ram{\'o}n C{\'a}ceres and Fred Douglis and Anja Feldmann and Gideon Glass and Michael Rabinovich},
  journal={SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={26},
  pages={11-15}
}
Much work in the analysis of proxy caching has focused on high-level metrics such as hit rates, and has approximated actual reference patterns by ignoring exceptional cases such as connection aborts. Several of these low-level details have a strong impact on performance, particularly in heterogeneous bandwidth environments such as modem pools connected to faster networks. Trace-driven simulation of the modem pool of a large ISP suggests that "cookies" dramatically affect the cachability of… CONTINUE READING
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