• Helmut Grohne's avatar
    use cdn-fastly directly when proxying through squid · 28b209e2
    Helmut Grohne authored
    When you configure deb.d.o with apt, apt performs a SRV lookup and
    connects to the right backend. When you use a proxy, the proxy is in
    charge for performing those SRV lookups. squid doesn't do that. So it
    connects to deb.d.o and receives a 302 redirect to cdn-fastly. Except
    when it doesn't and receives a timeout instead. This happened a lot
    The whole business of redirecting each request is neither efficient nor
    fault tolerant. So we change the default mirror to the default SRV
    target when connecting through a squid. Putting the redirects out of the
    loop is both faster and avoids the timeouts.
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