Maybe this helps:
The option emulate_httpd_log, if set to ON, specifies that Squid should emulate the log file format of the Apache web server. This is very useful if you want to use a third party program like Webalizer to analyze the Web Server httpd log file.
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I'll try it too if you succeed and you think its worth the hassle AND
if I manage to get more free time, so maybe next year
just answered one of my own questions:
The cache serves references to cachable objects, such as HTML pages and GIFs, and the true httpd (on port 81) serves references to non-cachable objects, such as queries and cgi-bin programs. If a site's usage characteristics tend toward cachable objects, this configuration can dramatically reduce the site's web workload.
So yes, squid will help my site's performance because I am hosting a site which gets around 50-100GB traffic / month and mainly consists of a picture gallery..