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Re: decreased caching efficiency?
On Fri, 20 Oct 2000, Adrian Chadd wrote: > On Thu, Oct 19, 2000, John Fraizer wrote: > > > On this end of the pond, many of us measure success with MRTG and can very > > accurately plot profits using the same OIDs. You are absolutely > > right. When you're in the business of selling bandwidth, that is what you > > are interested in. Not being on the other end of a sat link helps I > > suppose. > > John, > > I agree, but I would have thought that web providers would have oved > the idea of making more money off less equipment. :-) How do I make more money when someone upstream from me caches information from my clients webservers and subsequent requests never make it to my clients servers and therefore my clients servers never reply? Bandwidth is NOT a problem for us. It sucks that it is in some parts of the world but it ISN'T here. We'll lay more fiber when we need more pipe. It's that simple. --- John Fraizer EnterZone, Inc.