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🔗 How do I force caching of ChromeOS Updates?

ChromeOS updates are downloaded from Google over HTTP. Thus, they can be cached on a standard Web caching server such as squid-cache. To make the most of your caching server there are some configuration options that you can optimize to improve the chances of successful caching your ChromeOS updates. Examples are provided using Squid version 3.5, and experienced IT administrators can adapt these settings to their choice of proxy cache software.

If you choose to use ACLs, you can add ChromeOS updates to the acl list, for example:

acl chromeos dstdomain dl.google.com
http_access allow chromeos localnet

🔗 Google’s HelpCenter articles on ChromeOS Updates

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