Squid Efficiency Analyzer, squideff.exe Version 1.1.0; May 2005 Software by Carsten Schmidt Please report bugs and feature requests to: Carsten@CCSchmidt.de How does it work and what does it do? Software has been tested with log files from Squid 2.5 STABLE 5 for Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/2003 Open a log file and start analysis. Wait for the results which are shown in an table (detailled view) and in a text field (summary). You may then export the results to a file. Squideff checks every line of the Squid log file and assigns occurrence and traffic to the different cache codes. Afterwards, traffic from cache and internet are calculated. For this project I have decided to work with signed 64-bit integers in order to work with large numbers (–2^63..2^63–1). Despite that, it may be possible that values exceed this range. In that case, please tell me (not that I know what to do about it). The following codes are calculated as data coming from the cache: - TCP_HIT - TCP_REFRESH_HIT - TCP_REF_FAIL_HIT - TCP_IMS_HIT - TCP_MEM_HIT - TCP_OFFLINE_HIT - UDP_HIT The following codes are calculated as data coming from the internet: - TCP_MISS - TCP_REFRESH_MISS - TCP_CLIENT_REFRESH_MISS - TCP_SWAPFAIL_MISS - UDP_MISS The rest is shown as not considered for efficiency: - TCP_NEGATIVE_HIT - TCP_DENIED - UDP_DENIED - UDP_INVALID - UDP_MISS_NOFETCH - NONE