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Is there a caching proxy server application known to work under linux around? (even commerical)

10x!

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Yes, sure!
There is a well known application called squid, which you can get it from,
http://squid.nlanr.net/Squid/

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Just what I needed.

10x a lot!

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You could also try the latest version of Apache (www.apache.org) which comes with a caching proxy server module.
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