FTR and in case anybody arrives here via search, here’s a working squid configuration that effectively caches packages forever (2 years) and meta information slightly less aggressively (four weeks):
In this post I document how to use some cloud storage (“davfs2”) with enhanced privacy (“encfs”) and share this within my LAN (read: samba).
With plenty of online storage (ca. 1TB, 1&1 SmartDrive) and up-to-date internet connectivity at home (1&1 VDSL 100, with 40MBit uplink) it is reasonable to just use this. Continue reading “cifs-to-cloud bridge with enhanced privacy using samba, davfs2 and encfs”